WMU to freeze tuition rates for next year

WMU will also freeze rates for room and board at the university.

Following similar announcements from other universities in the state, Western Michigan University is planning to freeze tuition rates next year.

According to a report on MLive, the administration intends to ask the board of trustees to approve fall tuition, room, and board rates without any increases.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has created financial pressures for many of our students and their families,” said the recommendation in the board’s meeting agenda.

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