Despite a $66 million cut to its budget, the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents voted Tuesday to keep tuition rates the same at 25 of its 26 member institutions.  Only Middle Georgia State will see a slight bump.  Chancellor Sonny Perdue said he was proud of the move, as the system has kept tuition rates frozen in six of the past eight years despite surging inflation rates.  Enrollment declines and an uncertain economy will make next year’s higher education budget a struggle, but for now at least the tuition freeze has Georgia students RISING…

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