IU Trustees Approve Tuition Freeze
Indiana University's board of trustees has approved a two-year tuition freeze for undergraduates on the Bloomington campus. The school says the move is made possible in part due to increased state appropriations. Under the recommendations from IU President Michael McRobbie, out-of-state student tuition increases 1.5 percent each of the next two years, and rates at IUPUI and the school's regional campuses rise 1.65 percent.
McRobbie says IU Bloomington students “already enjoy the lowest average net cost of attendance” among Big Ten universities.
Purdue University has also announced another two-year tuition freeze on the West Lafayette campus, which marks four years of flat tuition at the school. Ivy Tech Community College announced a tuition freeze for continuously-enrolled students starting this fall.