Emory & Henry College will freeze tuition rates for current students beginning with the fall semester of 2016, officials announced this week.
The announcement follows approval of the tuition freeze by the E&H Board of Trustees during its fall meeting Oct. 31.
Under this plan tuition for current students will rise 2.6 percent for next year and will then freeze at that rate until they have finished the last year of your program and graduate. The freeze will apply to students who are continuously enrolled full time and on course to finish their degrees on time.
At Emory & Henry we understand that value includes the quality of the teaching and learning environment coupled with the amount you invest in that experience. We take seriously that shared investment in support of our students and their degrees.Jake SchrumPresident, Emory & Henry College
Emory & Henry provides a high-quality education at a competitive price, Schrum said. “We feel this important decision provides students greater freedom to focus on their goals, adding even more value to their college experience.”