BYU, BYU-Hawaii and Ricks College will raise tuition rates for the 1992-93 school year.
BYU's new rates, approved recently by the BYU Board of Trustees, reflect a 6 percent increase for undergraduates, 6 percent for graduate students and 6.3 percent for law and management students.Tuition will be $1,060 per semester for undergraduates, $1,240 for graduate students and $2,010 for law school and graduate school of management students.
As in the past, tuition for non-member students attending BYU will be 50 percent higher than for members.
Tuition at BYU-Hawaii will raise to $850 per semester, a 6.25 percent increase, according to Eugene L. Crismon, business manager of BYU-Hawaii.
At Ricks, a 4.8 percent tuition increase will be effected, announced James R. Smyth, administrative vice president.
Tuition for fall semester will raise $35, from $735 to $770 per semester. Non-LDS students will pay $1,155 per semester.
Tuition will not increase at LDS Business College and will remain at $575 per quarter, said college Pres. Kenneth H. Beesley.