News of a likely UW System tuition freeze drew local and state interest late last week, with lawmakers, officials and students weighing in. And while it’s too early to determine just what a freeze will mean for UW-Green Bay and other System schools, news media have been interested in the impacts and what’s next. UW-Green Bay Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance Kelly Franz spoke last week with Fox 11’s Laura Smith for a piece on the impact of the freeze, which we’ve linked to below. Smith also interviewed students, including Student Government Association President Heba Mohammad — who said a freeze might not be a good thing for students. Full story.
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