Monday, December 28, 2015

University of Montana to eliminate some tuition waivers - Associated Press

The University of Montana is planning to eliminate about $2 million in tuition waivers because of budget shortfalls over the next few years, but will continue to honor commitments to Montana military veterans and others who qualify, including Native American residents. The university says students who currently have waivers will not be affected. University of Montana will eliminate an estimated $2 million in tuition waivers, or scholarships, over the next two to four years to help reduce its projected shortfall, according to university officials.

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