Kansas Board of Regents chairman Kenny Wilk said capping all increases at 3.6 percent was critical to state legislators keeping funding at its current level.
Kansas Board of Regents chairman Kenny Wilk said capping all increases at 3.6 percent was critical to state legislators keeping funding at its current level.
Kansas Board of Regents chairman Kenny Wilk said capping all increases at 3.6 percent was critical to state legislators keeping funding at its current level.

Regents approve tuition and fee increases for KU, K-State and other Kansas schools

June 18, 2015 03:31 PM