In this 2016 file photo, students move between classes on the Carnahan Quadrangle at the University of Missouri’s flagship campus in Columbia. Administrators at Missouri public colleges and universities that Gov. Eric Greitens’ proposal to slash another $22 million in state higher education funding on top of $68 million in cuts announced in January makes higher tuition almost inevitable.
In this 2016 file photo, students move between classes on the Carnahan Quadrangle at the University of Missouri’s flagship campus in Columbia. Administrators at Missouri public colleges and universities that Gov. Eric Greitens’ proposal to slash another $22 million in state higher education funding on top of $68 million in cuts announced in January makes higher tuition almost inevitable. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
In this 2016 file photo, students move between classes on the Carnahan Quadrangle at the University of Missouri’s flagship campus in Columbia. Administrators at Missouri public colleges and universities that Gov. Eric Greitens’ proposal to slash another $22 million in state higher education funding on top of $68 million in cuts announced in January makes higher tuition almost inevitable. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Facing state budget cuts, Missouri’s public colleges and universities consider raising tuition

February 05, 2017 11:49 PM

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