The University of Kansas, Kansas State and Wichita State universities will implement the changes in July. The remaining schools up their rates next fall. The increases range from a low of 3.4 percent at Wichita State to a high of 6.5 percent at Pittsburg State University.
The University of Kansas will continue to have the most expensive plan, with its average rate increasing 5.1 percent to more than $6,800 a year. Some regents voted against the changes, saying it wasn't right
to raise prices during a struggling economy.