Students attending Winona State University and Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical will not see a tuition raise in the coming school year.
Undergraduate tuition at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities will remain frozen in the 2014-15 academic year in a key component of the system operating budget adopted by the Board of Trustees at their June meeting.
Under the freeze, undergraduate tuition rates for 2014-15 academic year will remain at the 2012-13 academic year levels. Average student fees will increase by less than one-half a percent.
MnSCU President Steven Rosenstone said the benefits of freezing undergraduate tuition for the second year in a row continue to make MnSCU colleges and universities the lowest cost, highest value higher education option in the state of Minnesota.
According to Rosenstone, the freeze was made possible by the actions of Governor Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature.