While tuition at most public colleges and universities in Florida is going up this year, Broward College went in a different direction: no increase at all.
Tuition will remain flat, the state college’s Board of Trustees decided Tuesday, although students will have to pay $2 per credit hour more in capital improvement fees. A full-time student seeking an associate’s degree will pay $3,117 this fall, up $60 from this past year. A student in one of the college’s bachelor’s degree programs will pay $3,529, also up $60.
Read the full story at Sun-Sentinel.com.