UVA Meal Plan Cost To Be 4% Higher

UVA Meal Plan Cost To Be 4% Higher

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University of Virginia students will have to dig deeper to pay for next year’s meal plan. UVA’s Rich Kovatch has told the school’s Board of Visitors the average increase will be 4%. He says most of Virginia’s other state-funded colleges are charging less, but they offer students fewer options. Many of the students who buy an annual meal plan dine at UVA’s Newcomb Hall.


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