Thursday, July 28, 2016

State Budget Brings Tuition Freeze Across UNC System - Erin Wygant, Chapelboro

UNC’s graduating class of 2020 – the incoming freshmen of this year – can budget their four years of college spending a little easier than their older siblings. Now, the math is simple – just multiply tuition by four. For the first time in the UNC system, students will pay the same amount of tuition during their first year of college as they will during their last, thanks to a new policy in the state budget that includes a tuition freeze across the system. “For first year students, what it will mean is that the tuition he pays when he enrolls, when she enrolls, will be the tuition the student pays for four years,” said Steve Farmer, the vice provost for enrollment and undergraduate admissions at UNC.

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