Eastern students will get tuition cut for '14-15 school year
Board of trustees to vote to reduce tuition by 6 percent
Statistics will point out that Eastern Washington University is already the best value in the state when it comes to earning a four-year college degree.
But the bargain will get just a little better for the 2014-15 academic year when the EWU board of trustees are expected to vote at their June meeting to reduce tuition by 6 percent for the upcoming school year. That would give resident undergraduate students a second consecutive year of no tuition increase.
The move came about in part when the Washington State Legislature produced what EWU vice-president for business and finance, Mary Voves...
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