The University of Missouri-Kansas City finally has some good news for its lowest-income students. What the poorest students have to pay out of pocket to attend UMKC dropped more than $2,500 last year. And school officials expect that amount to drop further next year.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City finally has some good news for its lowest-income students. What the poorest students have to pay out of pocket to attend UMKC dropped more than $2,500 last year. And school officials expect that amount to drop further next year. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
The University of Missouri-Kansas City finally has some good news for its lowest-income students. What the poorest students have to pay out of pocket to attend UMKC dropped more than $2,500 last year. And school officials expect that amount to drop further next year. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

UMKC doing more to reduce cost of college for lowest-income students

July 13, 2014 06:41 PM

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