Students could get free tuition for Minnesota colleges, universities under DFL proposal

State lawmakers are considering a bill to give most in-state students free tuition to Minnesota’s colleges and universities.

DFL senators proposed creating the Minnesota Commitment to Higher Education Act, which would allow eligible Minnesota residents who are enrolled in a public state college or university to apply for a grant to cover the entire cost of their tuition and fees.

A student would qualify for the grant program if they meet certain requirements.

Read more on the Minnesota Reformer.


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