It's good news/bad news for students at Illinois State University.
The college in Normal has chosen a new president. Timothy Flanagan currently serves as head of Framingham State University in Massachusetts. He will start at ISU in mid-August.
Meanwhile, the college's trustees have voted to raise tuition, fees, housing and dining costs. Most of those charges will climb 2 to 3 percent this fall. An incoming freshman starting at ISU in the fall will pay more than $22,000 to attend the university next year.