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Brogan spells out performance-based plan to Senate panel

Chancellor Frank Brogan, right, explained the State University System’s plan to freeze tuition if lawmakers give schools more money. File photo from the State University System of Florida.

Chancellor Frank Brogan went before a Senate appropriations subcommittee Thursday and explained the university system’s plan to freeze tuition if lawmakers give schools more money. Brogan told the panel the pledge to forgo a tuition hike for one year is not a “line-in-the-sand” offer. Instead, he said, if the universities were given an additional $118 million then there would be no need to raise tuition.  

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