Tuition Freeze Proposed

Chancellor Glen D. Johnson explains tuition freeze and mandatory fees at a reception held on the campus of Tulsa Community College.
The “Putting Families First” initiative requests $80.4 million in new state appropriations for operational needs of the institutions so that tuition and mandatory fees can be frozen at the current level for the 2009-10 academic year.
The funds would cover increases in operational fixed costs and other institutional priorities at Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities and allow them to continue to provide quality instruction, vital student services and a sufficient number of sections and course offerings to shorten the time needed to complete a degree.

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