Going to college at the University of Massachusetts just got more expensive. In-state undergraduate students at the system's Lowell, Amherst, Dartmouth and Boston campuses can expect to see a three percent increase in tuition and fees – over $416 a year. In Boston, the campus faces a shortfall of as much as $30 million with slow enrollment growth. UMass President Marty Meehan joined Greater Boston for a wide-ranging interview.
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A Conversation With UMass President Marty Meehan
July 26, 2017