The UA is putting a bow on the crapsicle they have to package for students and faculty after the Legislature slashed campus budgets yet again. Even an ironclad case that Arizona's charging university tuition doesn't fit the constitutional requirement that education be "as nearly free as possible" falls apart because the law interprets "free" and "possible" mean "little as want to" or "wombat." Read more»
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The head of the Arizona Board of Regents has threatened to sue over cuts to state universities, but Gov. Doug Ducey says he's proud of the budget. Ducey says he wants to work with university leaders and regents on the future. Read more»
Tuition increases at Arizona’s three public universities might force some students to drop out and deter others from applying, members of the Arizona Board of Regents told a legislative committee Tuesday. (with video) Read more» 1