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Board of Regents Considers Underwriting Tuition

Board of Regents Considers Underwriting Tuition



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(KSL News) The State Board of Regents is considering an aspiring plan to get more Utahns to go to college.

Members are talking about underwriting tuition at the state's two-year colleges.

Regents want to boost Utah's low enrollment rates in higher education. At a recent strategy session, regents suggested they may ask during the next legislative session for $50 million to fund some students' college tuition.

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