NDSU Looks To Fewer Class With No Tuition Increase

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

North Dakota State University president Dean Bresciani says the school is looking to have fewer classes next fall as one way to handle the loss of $450,000 it had sought from a small tuition increase.

The half percent hike was denied by the State Board of Higher Education in February.

Bresciani tells KFGO radio that the state's formula is flawed and puts NDSU behind in financial support compared to North Dakota's other four year colleges.

He says he's optimistic a new funding model will be hashed out in the next legislative session.

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