West Virginia's Higher Education Policy Commission has raised tuition fees for most of the state's public colleges and universities.

Their action does not affect Marshall or West Virginia universities, those institutions have boards that decide on costs.

Increases range from 3 percent to 8 percent.

The tuition increases came as officials plan for a 5 percent cut in state funding for their institutions.

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