SCHOLARSHIP CHANGES: Possible Tuition Funding Changes

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The head of the State Board of Regents says he’s open to lowering the amount of tuition money that is redistributed to other students.

Board President Craig Lang made the comments Tuesday during an interview with WHO radio’s Jan Mikelson.

Currently 20-percent of tuition costs are used to fund scholarships for low-income students.

Lang says the practice will continue, but adds that the amount of tuition could be lowered to less than 15-percent.

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