Guaranteed Tuition Plan Adopted at Texas A&M University

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The Texas A&M University System regents on Thursday adopted a new tuition and fee structure for their flagship institution, Texas A&M University, which is based in College Station but includes a campus in Galveston and the system's health science center.

Phil Adams, the chairman of the board, said in a statement that he hoped the new approach would "bring transparency to otherwise multiple, confusing student fees."

The new plan will result in students paying a single rate for their education through the first four or five years of their undergraduate education, depending on their major. It will take effect ...

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