University board freezes tuition for next two years

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University System of New Hampshire students and their parents will not have to dig a little deeper for the next two years to pay tuition bills.

The system's board of trustees voted unanimously Friday to freeze tuition at current levels, which vary from campus to campus, after lawmakers agreed to boost state aid that was cut in half two years ago.

The tuition freeze is the first in 25 years. The past two years, in-state tuition rose 9 and 6 percent because of the cut in state aid.

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