STORRS — UConn's tuition for Connecticut residents would continue to rise sharply if a plan that would boost tuition costs by 31 percent over the next four years goes forward.
The four year schedule tuition hikes calls for increases of about 7 percent in each of the next four years, driving tuition up by $3,275 to $13,799 in the fall of 2019, compared to the current figure of $10,524.
The hikes would start next fall when in-state students would pay $700 more — a 6.7 percent increase.
Tuition for non-residents at UConn would rise more slowly, with average increases of slightly more than 3 percent annually over the next four years. Out-of-state students would...