Saturday, July 22, 2017

Glenville Finds Ways to Cuts Costs Amid Budget Reduction - ASHTON MARRA, WV Public Broadcasting

This year’s state budget included more than $16 million in cuts to higher education institutions, forcing many schools to raise tuition and fees. But Glenville State College is trying to buck that trend. Glenville State College President Dr. Tracy Pellett announced last month his school would not raise tuition in response to the cuts. Instead, it would refinance its mortgage in order to “hold the line” on costs. Pellett announced Tuesday that Glenville would take yet another step toward holding the cost of higher education for its students.

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