Chancellor Frank Brogan, right, explained the State University Systemâ€™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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