Undergraduate tuition and fees at the University of Delaware will increase by 2.6 percent for in-state students and 2.7 percent for nonresidents, the school announced.
Room and board costs will also rise by a similar amount, 2 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively.
The changes, which take effect in the upcoming academic year, increase tuition and mandatory fees to $13,160 for Delawareans and $33,150 for out-of-state students.
The new total cost for undergraduates, based on standard housing and dining plan costs, is $25,492 for Delawareans and $45,482 for non-residents, the school said.
The university had about 23,000 undergraduate and graduate students in the 2016-17 academic year – the vast majority enrolled at its Newark campus.
In the 2016-17 academic year, UD students received more than $95 million in grants and scholarships administered by the school — more than double from five years ago, the school said in announcing the new rates. More than 3,400 Delaware students received grants or scholarships.