A proposed two-year tuition freeze for North Dakota's public colleges has been defeated in the state House. Gov. Jack Dalrymple's budget proposal already provides money to keep tuition level for North Dakota's two-year public colleges.
Two lawmakers who represent the University of North Dakota are advocating a two-year tuition freeze for the state's four-year colleges. The proposal includes money to cover potential lost tuition income at the six four-year schools in North Dakota's university system.
Two Democratic lawmakers who represent the University of North Dakota are proposing a two-year tuition freeze for the state's public colleges.
, January 17, 2011
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