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Penn isn't the only Ivy school with a tuition hike in the making.

Both Yale and Cornell announced tuition increases for the 2015-16 fiscal year. Yale's increase will be roughly four percent according to the Yale Daily News while Cornell's increase will be 3.9 percent according to the Cornell Daily Sun.

This comes days after Penn announced a 3.9 percent increase in tuition for the upcoming fiscal year. The total cost of attendance at Cornell will increase to as much as $62,744 while Yale's total cost for those not on financial aid will increase to as much as $62,200. Tuition at Cornell and Yale will be $48,880 and $47,600, respectively.

Penn, meanwhile, will have a total cost of attendance of $63,526 and tuition of $43,838.

Here's the full story on Cornell's tuition increase and here's the story on Yale's as well

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