Thumbs DOWN to ... TUITION GOES UP ... Highlands University regents increased the school’s tuition rates last week by 7.7 percent — on par with other financially strapped state schools (such as the University of New Mexico, which jacked its tuition up 7.9 percent). That’s an additional $8.80 per credit hour for state residents. Non-residents and international students will see a 7.5 percent increase, while graduate students’ rate will go up 7.8 percent for residents, 7.6 for non-residents and 7.5 percent for international students.
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