The board overseeing Wisconsin’s public university system voted Thursday to increase tuition for in-state undergraduates.

It’s the first rate increase since 2012, a move craved by University of Wisconsin System campuses that have operated under financial strain for years and opposed by students who already take out tens of thousands of dollars to earn their degrees.

“We’re all going to get some blowback,” Regent Bob Atwell said. “We’re seeing it in our inboxes already.”

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