MN Legislature Reaches Free Tuition Agreement

(St. Paul, MN) — Minnesota legislators have reached an agreement regarding free tuition at public colleges. Those in families who have an adjusted gross income of less than 80-thousand dollars a year would be able to receive free tuition at public colleges. The free tuition program is part of a broader higher education bill that has not yet been voted on. Qualifying students would have to attend a two- or four-year school in either the University of Minnesota or Minnesota State systems, or a tribal college. Private college tuition would not be covered.

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