Ohio University Says It Cannot Keep Up With State Funding Cuts
Ohio University officials said that the state is cutting funds quicker than the university can make it up.
Administrators said that at the current rate, state funding will be down to zero by 2039. Now, officials are trying to figure out ways to fill the gap.
One suggestion to fix the problem is charging different tuition for students depending on their major, which would mean charging more for students in fields expected to make more money after graduation.
Another proposal is to set a "tuition guarantee," so students would pay the same amount for all four years.
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