BRISTOL, Va. - A college facing financial difficulty decided not to raise tuition.
Virginia Intermont College's president, Clorisa Phillips, says this is the third year in a row that the private, nonprofit college has opted to hold annual tuition costs at $24,542.
Phillips says the college is committed to careful management of resources and holding tuition is one of several recent initiatives taken to better serve students.
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