Monday, November 3, 2014

One Regent Is Suggesting Where Tuition is Headed Next Year

From the UC-San Diego Guardian:

...For the past three years, tuition has remained stagnant across the University of California system. However, while tuition was frozen, expenses continued to grow, which led UC Regents Board Member George Kieffer to speculate in an interview with the UCSD Guardian that tuition will likely rise soon. 
Kieffer said he presumed that the raise would affect both in-state and out-of-state students.  “It’s difficult to foresee a healthy future without building tuition in some way,” Kieffer said. “I think we should be prepared to face a sense of reality that tuition cannot be frozen forever, and in the end that’s not sustainable [or] a solution.” ...

Obviously, this is not our song:

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