LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- School officials say the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business will not use a $26 million donation from the schools new namesake to offset tuition increases.
Dean Douglas Anderson says that plans to boost tuition next year are still in place.
In 2008, undergraduate business students will pay $52 more for upper division classes than standard tuition and graduate students $149 more.
School officials say Huntsman's donation was not meant to prevent this increase.
Huntsman's money and the tuition funds will go toward hiring more faculty and creating additional programs.
Information from: The Herald Journal
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