It was wise for the curators of the University of Missouri System to freeze tuition at current levels. Higher education costs across the country have increased to the point that attendance is out of reach for many students.
Curators voted to freeze resident tuition at current levels for the 2015 fiscal year. Most students in the system’s schools in Columbia, St. Louis, Kansas City and Rolla will pay $8,335 in tuition in the fall. Missouri is among universities that have kept tuition levels reasonable and affordable. The tuition costs at some public higher education schools are way too high, and deny opportunities to attend these colleges and universities to residents of their state. They are forced to go elsewhere.
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