Tuition stable at GA colleges, but living costs going up

Many Georgia college students got some good news when the state’s Board of Regents voted at its April meeting to not raise tuition next school year — but that doesn’t mean students won’t be paying more to go to school this fall. The cost to live on campus at most public colleges and universities is going up. Read the full article on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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