Wednesday, June 14, 2017

NMSU discussing tuition hike, working against state budget crisis - Josie Ortegon, KVIA

NMSU is on its way to raising tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year and the university finding itself in a tight situation amid the ongoing budget crisis in New Mexico. The board of regents held a special meeting Friday to discuss a possible 6% increase. NMSU typically waits to get the governor's signature to agree on a tuition increase, but the board says they've had to work around the issues at the state level. Universities across the state are in the same boat, because they don't know how much money higher education will receive as part of the budget.

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