Huntington University Freezes 2013-14 Tuition

By Eric Dutkiewicz

January 29, 2013 Updated Oct 30, 2013 at 5:56 PM EDT

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - The Huntington University board of trustees approved a tuition freeze for students for the 2013-14 school year.

Tuition for an undergraduate student at Huntington will remain at about $23,000.

"In these uncertain economic times, students and parents will have one less worry," G. Blair Dowden, Ed.D., president of Huntington University said in a statement. "While the cost of higher education has escalated across the nation, Huntington University is holding the line on tuition."

The tuition freeze applies to undergraduates, graduates and adults enrolled in professional programs.

The freeze does not apply to room and board fees, which are expected to rise by 1.6 percent; bringing the average cost of a year at Huntington to $32,200.

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