Indiana University is unveiling a new plan today to help keep tuition costs down for students.
Juniors and seniors at IU in good academic standing and on track to graduate in four years won’t have to pay tuition hikes.
President Michael McRobbie made the announcement Tuesday during his annual state of the university address. McRobbie said the move gives students a chance to succeed at school and once they graduate.
“Indiana University is serious about holding down the cost of an IU degree, and that we are equally serious about providing the incentives for our students to stay on course for completing their degrees on-time,” said McRobbie.
The tuition freeze will go into effect during the next academic year.