Regents vote tomorrow on tuition rise for U of MStudents at U of M could be shelling out more money for tuition because of a lack of state aid.
The regents will vote tomorrow on a five percent hike for most resident undergraduates. It will make up nearly 45 million dollars of the budget. The budget has a cut of 71 million in aid to 520 point 3 million next year. The school plans for layoffs, pay freezes, and less health care coverage for employees.