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PVCC President: Expect Higher Tuition This Fall

PVCC President: Expect Higher Tuition This Fall

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Higher tuition is likely at Piedmont Virginia Community College this fall. Piedmont President Frank Friedman says the State Board for Community Colleges will set higher rates later this month. Friedman says based on what individual colleges and universities have been doing so far, he expects tuition at Virginia’s 23 community colleges to go up anywhere from 4 to 5%.

 

 

 

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