University of Kansas reconsidering part of its tuition plans
December 22, 2017
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas is cutting out-of-state tuition in an effort to attract high-achieving students, while sending more money to in-state students who need financial help.
Chancellor Douglas Girod announced the plan Wednesday at a Kansas Board of Regents council meeting.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports Kansas will start granting tuition waivers to high-achieving out-of-state students. The hope is that will attract more students to offset the drop in tuition revenue. The scholarships that have been used to recruit out-of-state students will go toward in-state...