Nicholls won't raise tuition
THIBODAUX, La. - The president of Nicholls State University says students won't incur a tuition increase this year, but some could pay higher fees.
The Daily Comet reports that Bruce Murphy, president of the university in Thibodaux, said on Friday that a fee increase is a possibility.
He said the decision hasn't been made yet but some selected programs might see fee increases.
Lawmakers this year granted colleges and universities the authority to raise fees on individual programs.
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