Tuition will not increase UT Board of Regents voted Tuesday

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The University of Texas System Board of Regents voted Tuesday to keep tuition stable for in-state students in all of the academic institutions.

The board approved four-year fixed tuition plans for the system’s campuses, which are optional. The plans will start with a higher rate in a student’s first year to account for expected tuition increases.

Plans to recognize other sources of revenue that will help with the drop in tuition will be presented in August at a board’s meeting.

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