Students who attend Atlantic Cape Community College will be paying more for their education in the coming year. The Board of Trustees met this week and approved a six percent increase in tuition and fees charged at the local college. The college anticipates a three percent drop in enrollment which means tuition and fees have to go up in the coming year. The college has reduced its faculty and staff by nearly two dozen members; those jobs will not be filled.
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- Ask The Morning After March 26 2015