Governor Strickland vowed to keep tuition frozen this school year at schools like UT and BG, but now it appears college may cost a few hundred extra dollars a year.First gambling, now tuition hikes for Ohio students.
Reports out of Columbus say the state made a little room in its budget by cutting school funding and raising tuition. So students and parents may need to find a little more room in their tightening budgets.
Ohio resident India Claycon says she shells out just under seven grand a year to go to college. The reported increase could bump that up a couple hundred dollars. Claycon says, "The governor had promised to keep things flat. So why is it changing?"
If I didn't know better, I'd think Stricktaft didn't want to be Governor anymore.
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