A state judge has ordered the University of California to pay $38 million in refunds and interest to former professional school students whose tuition rates were raised despite pledges that they would remain level, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. The ruling applies to those who accepted offers to enroll to study business, dentistry, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy or veterinary medicine prior to August 2003. University officials said that they may need to increase charges for current students to repay the former students.
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