BRISTOL, Tenn. - King University, formerly known as King College, has some good news for students concerning costs for next year.
We've learned tuition and fees at the school will not go up for the 2013/2014 academic year.
King says affordability is a major concern for students and parents, leading the college to research how the institution could develop a fee structure allowing students an affordable option, which maximizes financial aid and decreases post-grad debt.
We've learned, in addition to not raising tuition the school will also offer more in merit scholarships for incoming freshmen and transfer students, as well as other loan and grant opportunities.
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