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Money Tree
2015 October 26 - 12:00 am

Reduction Comes after Panel Hiked Tuition by 23 Percent

to about $15,000 this school year, which officials say was due in part to the skyrocketing cost of doing business in the oil patch and a 40 percent staff turnover. College officials also are worried about maintaining the school’s bond rating, which was recently downgraded, and beefing up its limited cash reserves.

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