December 4, 2009
Written by: Jessica Behnham
COLLEGE STATION — Leaders of all 11 universities in the Texas A&M system, including the flagship campus in College Station, have been warned that they may not be able to raise tuition in the coming year.
That could affect everything from student services to faculty pay raises.
A final decision won't be made until next spring, but system Chancellor Mike McKinney said Thursday that campus presidents have been told that even if tuition isn't frozen, not to expect it to go up more than 3.95 percent.