Monday, May 8, 2017

Tuition hike, job cuts coming to JWCC to help balance budget - Matt Hopf, Herald-Whig

Tuition increases and job cuts, as well as a new winter accelerated term, are being included as ways to help balance next fiscal year's budget at John Wood Community College. The measures were brought on by the continued state budget impasse. The JWCC Board of Trustees agreed on Tuesday to increase tuition by $3 to $142 per credit hour for in-district students. The increase should result in an extra $96 a year cost for students, bringing yearly tuition cost to $4,544 for the average, full-time student. The increase applied to out-of-district and online students, as well.

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