Southern Kentucky college locks in tuition and other costs for next academic year
WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) — With the cost of everything rising these days, college officials are keeping their prices the same, at least for the upcoming academic year.
Leaders at the University of the Cumberlands at Williamsburg announced Tuesday that tuition, room and board fees for existing undergraduates will remain the same through spring 2023.
“We want students to know that there is still an affordable path to a Cumberlands education,” Cumberlands President Dr. Larry L. Cockrum said in a press release. “With the rising costs of basic necessities like groceries and gas, students and their families are faced with tough choices about how and where to spend their money. By locking in tuition and room and board costs for another year, students can focus on their studies without worrying about the rising cost of attendance. We are fortunate to have the financial stability to make this commitment.
According to a story in the Track reportevery public university in Kentucky and the community college system have all raised tuition by at least one percent for the new year.
You can find more information about the university and its programs here.
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