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Siena Heights Tuition
(2008-02-25)
(wgvu) - Siena Heights University is freezing
tuition rates for full-time undergraduate students enrolled at its
Adrian campus.
The private Catholic university says the freeze will be in
effect through the rest of the winter semester as well as the
2008-09 fall and winter semesters.
The school says the move is a recognition of Michigan's
difficult economy and a national trend of rising higher education
tuition costs.
Student senate president Tim Fether tells The Daily Telegram the
school has done a "great thing" for students.
Earlier this month, Central Michigan University decided to phase
out its CMU Promise program that guaranteed incoming freshmen and
transfer students a flat, locked-in tuition rate for up to five
years.
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