Washtenaw Community College to offer tuition freeze for students who register early
For Washtenaw Community College students who plan to enroll in fall classes before Aug. 1, the school is offering an extra early-bird incentive: a 0 percent increase on your tuition.
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“I strongly encourage our current students and students interested in enrolling at WCC this fall to take full advantage of this opportunity," said Rose B. Bellanca, president of WCC.
Registration begins on April 17, and anyone interested in taking advantage of the tuition freeze will have to make arrangements to be sure payment is made before Aug. 1. After the deadline, in-district rates will increase by $2 per credit hour.
Last month, University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman told the Michigan House Appropriations Subcommittee that tuition has to be increased for U-M students.