Missouri Southern State University in Joplin has decided to go agaisnt the tide. The Board of Governors is reducing tuition by two dollars a credit hour, starting next fall. The Board hopes to reverse enrollment declines. The school lost 600 students three years ago when it jumped tuition 37 percent to offset losses of state funding. The school is also changing its admission standards so they’re less complicated.
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