S.C. gives $32M for colleges in exchange for tuition freeze

June 4, 2019 | AP via NewsObserver.com

South Carolina college students shouldn’t have to pay more for in-state tuition next school year after state lawmakers agreed to increase university funding in exchange for a one-year tuition freeze.

The $9 billion budget passed by South Carolina lawmakers last month included a $36 million boost to higher education funding after colleges and universities agreed to keep in-state tuition at the same rate.

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