University of South Carolina tuition freeze

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By 106.3 WORD

The University of South Carolina announced that students’ tuitions will be frozen during the next academic year.

It was reported that university President Bob Caslen made this announcement during a speech Wednesday.

Tuition for students was already frozen for this academic year, with the university expected to lose roughly $127 million and ten percent of their enrollment as a whole as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The freezing of costs aside from tuition were not announced.