Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Citing state budget, officials raise tuition at New Hampshire’s universities - ELLA NILSEN, Concord Monitor

After a two-year freeze, tuition at New Hampshire’s state universities will go up next year. Facing $9 million less than they requested in state funding, University System of New Hampshire officials will raise tuition by 2.75 percent and also cut spending to make up the difference. USNH trustees asked for $90 million from the state Legislature, which budgeted $81 million in funding for universities including the University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, Keene State College and Granite State College. At UNH, this means yearly tuition will rise from $13,670 to $14,050. At Plymouth and Keene, tuition will go from $10,410 per year to $10,700. http://www.concordmonitor.com/news/politicalmonitor/17541236-95/citing-state-budget-officials-raise-tuition-at-new-hampshires-universities

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