Clemson freezes in-state tuition, increases cost for out-of-state students

Joining the University of South Carolina – Columbia and several other schools, Clemson University announced its tuition freeze for in-state students for the third year in a row but is increasing out-of-state tuition.

Clemson is receiving $10 million from the state in recurring funding, equating to a 5% increase for in-state tuition.

Executive Vice President for Finance and Operations Tony Wagner recommended the freeze on in-state tuition and increasing tuition on the Federal Reserve analysis which stated inflation in the area had risen 17%.

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