U. of Memphis Seeks Huge Cut in Out-of-State Tuition

April 15, 2014

The University of Memphis is seeking large cuts in out-of-state tuition, hoping to attract more students from outside Tennessee, The Commercial Appeal reported. Currently, out-of-state students pay $21,768 a year, and Tennessee residents pay $7,056. Under the proposal from the university, non-residents would pay $12,403 if they graduated from a high school within 250 miles of Memphis, and $18,768 otherwise.


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