Gov. Jay Nixon called Wednesday for another tuition freeze at Missouri’s public universities while also proposing to boost state funding for the schools.
A new report ranks Missouri 12th nationwide for the number of international students enrolled at the state’s colleges and universities.
The formula would divide higher education funding into six main categories within each institution.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) goes to bat for lessening out-of-state tuition costs for those who served.
Southern at 150 no longer realistic in today’s times, says chancellor. A new plan could be released next year.
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He doesn’t think the Missouri Lottery can generate enough money to meet expectations set in the budget.
“A lot of people in this chamber wish we had more money, but the fact of the matter is that we don’t … we have to deal with the now,” House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Ryan Silvey said.
Nixon’s administration had floated an idea that would have taken millions from the reserves of 5 Missouri universities to help fund the higher education operating budget.
Did Nixon over-reach his authority in withholding $172 million from state budget approved by lawmakers?