Wednesday, February 18, 2015

University System of New Hampshire won’t set tuition until state budget approved - Allie Morris, Concord Monitor

The University System of New Hampshire will wait to set in-state tuition rates until June, once the Legislature and Gov. Maggie Hassan approve the state’s next two-year budget plan and USNH learns how much state funding it will receive. Hassan is set to reveal her budget proposal Thursday at 1 p.m. It will then go to the Republican-controlled House and Senate for revision. Lawmakers must sign off on a final budget by June 30, which will go into effect July 1. USNH requested $205 million over the next biennium, and agreed to extend its freeze on in-state tuition rates for two more years if that funding level is met.

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