By Tammy Stonecypher
INDIANA, Pa. -- Most Indiana University of Pennsylvania students may see an increase in the wellness fee for the next academic year.
Malinda M. Cowles, Center for Health and Well-Being director, reported the increase for full-time students at the Student Government Association meeting Thursday at the HUB Susquehanna Room. The fee would rise to $162 from $160, a 1.25 percent increase. Part-time and graduate students would see no increase.
Cowles said expiration of a federal grant was the reason for the fee hike.