Georgia: 77 Percent Tuition Increase Needed

Georgia's 35 colleges and universities early this week will release their plans for how to make nearly $600 million in cuts for the coming fiscal year.

At a joint House-Senate budget hearing Wednesday, Chancellor Erroll Davis said it would take a tuition increase of 77 percent for the colleges to meet a budget cut of $385 million that was being discussed.

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