Hannibal-LaGrange University Board of Trustees approves tuition freeze for 2024-25 school year
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Hannibal-Lagrange University Board of Trustees recently voted during its annual spring meeting on March 10 to freeze tuition for the 2024-25 school year.
The recommendation came from the business and finance subcommittee and was voted on by the full HLGU board. The tuition freeze will impact incoming and current students.
In a press release, HLGU president Robert J. Matz said, “At Hannibal-LaGrange, we are committed to making higher education affordable. Therefore, we have committed ourselves to not raising tuition and fees for the 2024-25 academic year so that we can make it more affordable for our students. This is a great place to come and study.”
Other highlights from the meeting included:
- The introduction of new trustees to the board and new faculty and staff to campus.
- Julie Albee has been named the vice president of Academic Administration, removing the interim title she had previously held.
- A new vision statement from the Strategic Planning Committee was approved by the board which states, “The vision of Hannibal-LaGrange University is to impact eternity for Christ through higher education.”
- An annual campaign to continue to raise money to support the university was approved. It will run from July 1, 2023 until June 30, 2024.
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