Students attending the College of New Caledonia will have to fork out more money.
The CNC Board of Governors passed a a two per-cent tuition increase at its meeting last Friday.
The increase is expected to bring in an extra $120,000 to CNC in the 2018-2019 school year.
Despite the tuition hike, CNC President Henry Reiser says the college still has the second lowest tuition in the province.
Two per-cent is the maximum tuition increase mandated by the BC government.