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NCSC Board Of Trustees Discuss Tuition Increase

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/28/2013

North Central State College is considering increasing it's tuition in the fall.
  

The North Central State College Board of Trustees discussed the possible increase at their meeting Wednesday.

NCSC president Dr Dorey Diab said the increase would fall in line with Gov. John Kasich's proposed 2-percent tuition cap for colleges and universities.

"We are trying to do everything we can to support our students and fulfill our mission. I believe our mission is about providing an affordable and quality education for our students," Diab said.

"Tuition at North Central State College is $143 per credit hour which is one the lowest tuition rates in Ohio. The increase of 2-percent averages out to an additional $2.86 per credit hour," Diab said. 

In other business, the trustees also approved the Mansfield Campus Framework Plan.

"The framework plan is a guide for us in order to set the vision for the next 10, 20 and 30 years. We can work together to enhance the learning environment and provide a good environment for our students," Diab said. 

   
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