DURANT, Okla. Southeastern Oklahoma State University officials have decided to hold the line on tuition and not seek an increase for the 2009-10 academic year.
"We want to be very sensitive to students and parents during the current economic climate," said Ross Walkup, Vice President for Business Affairs.
"At this time, approximately 70 percent of our students currently receive some type of financial aid. Southeastern will certainly continue this commitment to providing assistance as students work to achieve their educational goals and dreams."
Summer classes are currently underway and the fall semester begins on Aug. 17.
For more information, visit www.SE.edu.
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