Dickinson State Ending System Of Tuition Discounts For Some Foreign, Out-Of-State Students

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Monday, April 30, 2012

Dickinson State University is ending tuition discounts for some out-of-state and foreign students.

North Dakota's Board of Higher Education approved the plan Friday.

It starts this fall. Current Dickinson State students will be exempted from the change for at least one year.

New Dickinson State students from more than 20 states and most foreign countries will be affected by the change.

Those students will pay 150 percent of the tuition rate charged to North Dakota residents. Under current policy, they would normally pay 125 percent of the resident rate.

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