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LIST: Cebu universities to implement tuition fee increase

By: Morexette Marie B. Erram - CDN Digital | May 16,2024 - 09:41 AM


CEBU CITY, Philippines – Parents as well as incoming college students in here may have to tighten their belt this year as several schools and universities will implement tuition fee hikes.

At least nine universities in Central Visayas applied to increase its tuition and other school fees for the upcoming academic year 2024 -2025, the Commission on Higher Education here (Ched-7) announced on Tuesday, May 14.

Majority of the schools are from Cebu.

These are the Cebu schools looking to implement a tuition fee increase:

  1. Cebu Institute of Technology – University (CIT-U) – Cebu
  2. Asian College of Technology (ACT) – Cebu
  3. ACT International Education Foundation – Cebu
  4. University of San Jose-Recoletos – Cebu
  5. St. Louise de Marilac College of Bogo – Cebu
  6. Central Philippine Nazarene College – Cebu
  7. College of Criminology of the University of Cebu (UC) – Cebu.

The other schools and universities in the region that are looking to implement a tuition fee and other school fees increase are STI College – Dumaguete City, and Silliman University, also in Dumaguete City.

READ MORE: Mandaue City College gets new COPC from CHED-7

See the complete list of universities and schools in Central Visayas that will roll out tuition fee and other school fees increase this school year.


As of December 31, 2023, Ched recorded that Central Visayas has over 366,000 students enrolled in higher education institutions (HEIs).

NOTE: This story has been updated to accommodate corrections.

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