WMU to freeze tuition rates for next year
Following similar announcements from other universities in the state, Western Michigan University is planning to freeze tuition rates next year.
According to a report on MLive, the administration intends to ask the board of trustees to approve fall tuition, room, and board rates without any increases.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has created financial pressures for many of our students and their families,” said the recommendation in the board’s meeting agenda.
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