U Of Minnesota Offers To Freeze Tuition For New Money

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The University of Minnesota is offering a tuition freeze in exchange for new money from the Legislature.

University President Eric Kaler is tying increased funding for the "U' to a tuition freeze for some undergraduates.

The Star Tribune reports the university's capital request promises to freeze tuition for resident undergraduates — if state lawmakers give the university a $14.2 million increase in each of the next two years.

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