NCU Freezes Tuition Rates

EUGENE, Ore. — As public universities keep raising tuition rates, a local private university just froze them for the second time in three years.

Northwest Christian University’s board of trustees wants to make education affordable for students and their families.

The tuition freeze applies to undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as the professional studies program.

“Higher education is in a season of growth really across the board, and yet we continue to assume every year that tuition has to go up. We’ve questioned that paradigm,” said Dr. Joseph Womack, NCU President.

You can find out more about Northwest Christian University and how to apply here.

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