Regents to universities: tone down tuition hikes
Rethink those planned tuition hikes. That’s the word from the Kansas Board of Regents, which is considering tuition proposals from universities not long after lawmakers approved a state funding boost meant to hold down student costs.
Regent Mark Hutton, a former state representative himself, said lawmakers won’t be happy to see tuition rise after adding around $30 million for higher education in the state budget.
“I think they’re going to feel a little bit betrayed,” Hutton said, “that we didn’t seize an opportunity with the increased funding to channel that toward stabilizing tuition.”
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