University of Minnesota promises to freeze tuition

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By Brett Stolpestad

The University of Minnesota says that it will freeze tuition for undergraduates in 2014 and 2015 if they receive an increase in funding from the Minnesota State Legislature, The Minnesota Daily reported.

The Star Tribune reported that the U of M will be asking for $91.6 million to be added to the current biennium.

The University also plans to use $14.2 million of that increase for a tuition freeze for in-state undergraduates, The Star Tribune Reported.

The Star Tribune also reported that request, made by President Eric Kaler, will total to $1.18 billion.

The proposal will be voted on next month.


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