South Carolina put brakes on some college construction projects

Oct. 1, 2010
State budget panel reacts to tuition increases at some institutions

From The Columbia State: The South Carolina State Budget and Control Board, angry about big tuition increases, has slapped a moratorium on some college development projects. Four-year public colleges and universities that raised tuition 7 percent or higher this year are subject to the moratorium. So, too, are public, two-year schools that raised tuition 6.3 percent or higher. Schools must certify to the board that they will hold tuition increases to those levels or below for the spring 2011 semester in order to have the moratorium lifted.

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