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Pamela Diamantis: USNH’s tuition freeze offer is good for NH’s future

Union Leader September 29. 2014 THE KEY to a vibrant New Hampshire economy is the ability for our business community to have a highly educated and trained workforce. At the same time, New Hampshire families depend on having access to high quality and affordable public higher education. New Hampshire can be proud of the partnership the University System of New Hampshire has entered with business and families that bridges both of those needs. Providing that educational opportunity while freezing tuition, and even reducing tuition for many New Hampshire students, is an accomplishment our elected leaders, our business community and families can all be proud of.

Frozen assets: Tuition freeze nudges enrollment back up

Hippo Press 7/24/14
How much should the state government contribute to the costs of higher education for in-state students attending public colleges and universities? It’s a question New Hampshire has been trying to answer for years.  More about Frozen assets: Tuition freeze nudges enrollment back up

N.H. college, university systems see enrollment increase for online classes

Concord Monitor Sunday, July 20, 2014
More New Hampshire students are turning to their computers for summer classes, mirroring a broader trend of increasing online enrollment in the state’s university and community college systems. More about N.H. college, university systems see enrollment increase for online classes

University System of New Hampshire considers 4-year tuition freeze

Concord Monitor Sunday, July 6, 2014
In-state students who graduate from one of New Hampshire’s public colleges and universities in 2016 could be the first in state history to pay the same tuition for four consecutive years. More about University System of New Hampshire considers 4-year tuition freeze

New Hampshire Considers 4-Year University Tuition Freeze

WBZ Boston July 6, 2014
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – A proposal to further freeze tuition at the University System of New Hampshire would be a first for the state, but students elsewhere already have benefited from such measures. More about New Hampshire Considers 4-Year University Tuition Freeze

USNH may freeze in-state tuitions at same amount for fourth consecutive year

Fosters Daily Democrat July 2, 2014
DURHAM — New Hampshire college students may be the first in the country to pay the same amount for tuition for four consecutive years if a new budget from the University System of New Hampshire is approved. More about USNH may freeze in-state tuitions at same amount for fourth consecutive year

NH trustees: freeze tuition for 2 more years

Seacoast Online June 30, 2014
DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — The board of trustees for New Hampshire’s university system plans to continue an in-state tuition freeze for another two years. More about NH trustees: freeze tuition for 2 more years