Missouri Colleges Face Possible Tuition Regulations

Feb 02, 2007

Public four-year colleges in Missouri could lose some state aid if their tuition increases exceed the rate of inflation under legislation being considered by state lawmakers.Southeast Missouri State University president Dr. Ken Dobbins hopes lawmakers will revise the measure so it doesn’t penalize schools such as Southeast that have relatively low student fees. Dobbins testified before the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday.

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Via SeMissourian