Morehead State University has announced its plans to freeze housing rates and graduate tuition for the upcoming year.
The following was released April 30 by the university:
“Even in difficult times in state budgets, Morehead State University has a commitment to retaining its long-held status as the most affordable university east of Frankfort. We understand our service region and the students and communities within it,” said Dr. Jay Morgan, MSU president.
“Part of MSU's dedication to student success is not just an experience that combines personalized attention and quality academic programs, but also making that experience affordable to students and families. We will continue to look for ways to make higher education as affordable as possible to as many students as possible at Morehead State.”
In late March, the board of regents voted to approve up to a 2.5% tuition rate increase for undergraduate resident, non-resident and international students.