Starting this fall, new in-state students will pay $335 per credit hour. That's $14 higher than what new students paid this year.
Room and board and student fees are also going up 3%.
The ISU Board of Trustees said Friday morning it was reluctant to support the proposal. But it passed unanimously because the board felt the money is needed.
ISU is expecting to lose as much as $6 million in state funding this fiscal year.