The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is planning to increase undergraduate enrollment by 15 percent over the next decade, with the additional students coming from out of state, The Boston Globe reported. If the plan succeeds, the share of undergraduate enrollment from outside Massachusetts would grow to 30 percent from 20 percent. The primary goal of the plan: more money from the higher tuition paid by out-of-state residents.
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