Monday, May 16, 2016

Proposed U of M budget includes tuition freeze for some at the Duluth campus - News Tribune

Resident undergraduate tuition rates at the University of Minnesota Duluth would be frozen next school year under a proposed budget for the University of Minnesota system. University President Eric Kaler unveiled a proposed budget Friday that includes the tuition freeze for resident undergraduates — and those covered by reciprocity agreements — at UMD and the U of M's other out-state campuses. Minnesota students finish college with some of the highest student loan debt in the nation, an average of $31,579 per graduate in 2014.

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