The Board of Governors at the College of New Caledonia are hiking tuition costs by two percent next year.
Meantime the Board also cut the intake of students for the nursing assistant program in the fall.
The program will go through an extensive review next year with a goal of returning the following year.
And the Board reinstated the dental hygiene program.
Much controversy surrounded that when it was cut in 2015 due to budgetary restraints.
It will return in the fall with a revamped curriculum.
26 students have already applied for 18 available spots.