Regents reject UH president’s plan to cut tuition
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The University of Hawaii Board of Regents Thursday turned away the UH president’s proposal to reduce tuition across the statewide system.
A spokesman said regents had questions about the impact on revenue, especially with a slowing economy.
The president wanted to bring tuition more in line with other institutions, but the regents asked him to come back with a new plan.
This year, rates are scheduled to go up 1 to 2 percent at all 10 UH campuses.
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