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Continued: Regents, students like University of Minnesota tuition relief

  • Article by: JENNA ROSS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: June 5, 2013 - 8:33 PM

The Law School’s leaders believe that having higher tuition, plus greater scholarships, “lets them shape a class” and maintain their national ranking, Kaler said. “I do defer to the expertise of deans of colleges.”

Legislators are clearly focused on undergraduates, Kaler added, partly because they believe graduate and professional students have more to gain from their degrees. “Frankly, there’s less political enthusiasm around the cost of graduate education.”

 

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