Tuition and fees at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville will increase 11.6 percent for in-state students and 12.7 percent for out-of-state students for the 1985-86 academic year.

Tuition and fees for Virginians in undergraduate schools will go from $1,810 to $2,020. Non-Virginians will pay $4,870, up from the current charge of $4,320. The required fee portion of those charges was increased from $440 to $460.

In- and out-of-state students in the school's medical technology program will pay $1,060, a 7.1 percent increase. Virginians enrolled in the graduate business school will pay $3,560 in tuition and fees, a 7.2 percent increase, and non-Virginians will pay $7,440, an increase of 9.1 percent.

Tuition and fees for law students who are Virginia residents will increse to $2,990, an 8.7 percent increase, and out-of-state law students will pay $6,390, a 10.7 percent increase.

In the School of Medicine, tuition and fees was increased to $5,110, a 4.9 percent increase, for Virginians, and to $10,310, a 6.4 percent increase, for out-of-state students.

Students also will pay more for food during the coming academic year. The school's seven-day, 19-meal plan will cost $1,342, a 5 percent increase. The 12-meal plan will cost $1,132, a 5 percent increase, and the 15-meal plan will cost $1,278, a 4.9 percent increase.

Rent increases ranging from 4.3 to 23 percent also were approved by the university's board of visitors for faculty and staff in university-owned housing.