WSU Board of Regents consider zero-percent tuition increase

PULLMAN, WA - As the school year comes to an end at Washington State University, the Board of Regents has a full agenda for their next meeting on Friday.

They'll consider a zero-percent tuition increase for the upcoming school year. If approved, it'll be the second year in a row that tuition rates remain the same at WSU. However, students will likely see a services and activities fee increase, and a recreation center fee increase.

Many students are waiting to see if the regents approve the purchase of a building that houses Zoe Coffeehouse and Pub. The university would purchase it for $1.2 million-dollars, and over 3,000 students signed a petition to make sure that coffee shop stays on campus.