MCTC Tuition Freeze Enters Third Year
Tuition at MCTC for the 2015-2016 academic year will remain frozen for the third year. The Board of Trustees of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
(MnSCU) recently approved its budget and tuition rates that include a freeze for all two-year colleges.
“Next academic year and the academic year after, by any measure our colleges and universities will continue to be the highest value, most affordable higher education option in Minnesota,” said Steven Rosenstone, chancellor of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
According to a press release
from MnSCU, the freeze was made possible by the $100 million in state-funded tuition relief for MnSCU institutions included in the Higher Education bill passed during the recent legislative session. In addition to the freeze this academic year, tuition next year will decrease by one percent due to increases to the federal Pell Grant and Minnesota state grant programs.
The application deadline for the fall 2015 semester is August 14. Click here
to apply. Current students can click here
to register for classes.