Tuition increases again.

Campus Reform reports.

Students surprised with monumental tuition hike while locked out of tuition meeting

As the University of Virginia announced a plan to increase tuition by 11 percent—one of the highest increases in the country—the public university locked students out of the library where its board members were meeting Wednesday afternoon.

With the tuition increase, incoming freshmen will be expected to pay $14,468—an increase of $1,470 from this year’s incoming freshmen. Tuition will increase again the following school year with a $1,000 jump coupled with an expected 3.5 percent increase due to inflation; that tuition does not include room and board.

Current undergraduate in-state students will experience a 3.6 percent tuition increase that totals about $470 in the upcoming years. Current undergraduates who are not Virginia residents are facing a 3.7 percent increase in their tuition that totals approximately $1,580.