AUSTIN, Texas (KTRK) -- Students at all University of Texas campuses will soon see their tuition go up.
The system's Board of Regents approved a tuition increase Monday for in-state undergraduate student tuition.
Depending on the school, tuition will go up anywhere from one to seven percent.
The flagship UT-Austin could see a two percent tuition increase, which could mean $200 more each year.
Students attending UT-Austin from out of state could be paying about $700 more each year.
The new rates will be in place for the fall 2018 semester.
The board says the money will support students and help with faculty recruitment.
University of Texas board approves tuition increase