Aims Community College freezes tuition for another yearSubmitted on: 03-06-2014
Aims Board votes not to raise tuition for 4th year in a row
In a surprising and exciting move, The Aims Community College Board of Directors voted unanimously to freeze Aims Community College tuition for the 4th year in a row. Tuition at Aims Community College, which is already among the lowest in the State, will not be raised for the 2014/2015 academic-year.
Many colleges are raising tuition, some even by double digits. But Aims Community College has pledged to keep college affordable and to make higher education an achievable goal to all the students in its tax district and beyond. The Aims Community College Board of Trustees remains committed to the community it serves and to preparing today’s students for success tomorrow. This commitment was reaffirmed at the March 5, 2014, meeting when tuition was frozen just in time for the summer and fall enrollment period, which will begin in April of 2014.
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