N.C. Bill Would Protect In-State TuitionApril 6, 2017 | :
by Rachel Kalinyak
Service members who are taking college courses often get deployed or temporarily assigned out of state, causing them to lose their in-state tuition status. A bill in North Carolina has been introduced to allow military personnel to pay in-state tuition fees at community colleges, as long as they stay enrolled, reports the Fayetteville Observer.
“We’re just trying to continue to remain a military-friendly state,” said Democratic Rep. Elmer Floyd.
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