A finance committee for the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees is recommending a tuition increase of up to 5 percent for in-state undergraduates.

The final size of the hike would be determined by how much money state lawmakers approve for the five-campus university system for the new fiscal year.

If a full 5 percent increase is approved, students would end up paying an additional $552 to $580, depending on the campus they attend.

The recommendation now goes to the full board of trustees for consideration at its June 17 meeting in Amherst.

House and Senate lawmaker differ on funding levels for UMass.

The House budget provides nearly $519 million compared to about $538 million in the Senate version of the state budget.

UMass has requested about $578 million.