Tuition Freezes and Foundations on UT Regents' Agenda

The relationship between the University of Texas School of Law and an affiliated foundation, which drew headlines over a forgivable loan program, will be again under the microscope this week when the University of Texas System's Board of Regents meets.

Guaranteed tuition plans and tuition freezes are also on the agenda for the regents' two-day meeting, which they will convene Wednesday. 

What exactly will be discussed regarding the UT Law School Foundation and a system review of its policies during a closed-door meeting of the regents' Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee on Thursday morning is not clear, but ...

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