Roger Williams U. freezes tuition for third year


Roger Williams University has announced it will freeze tuition for the third year in a row. The Providence Journal reported that the university also said it will continue a four-year tuition guarantee for students arriving in the 2014-15 academic year. Tuition will not increase for students who remain continuously enrolled. Undergraduate day students entering next fall will pay $29,976. University president Donald J. Farish said he will freeze tuition as long as it can be done financially. If circumstances require an increase, he promised to keep it low.

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