University of Nebraska Considering Tuition Freeze, Pay Increase

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OMAHA, Nebraska -- The University of Nebraska's President is planning to freeze tuition and increase employee pay.

University of Nebraska President Ted Carter released his five year plan Monday. It includes a pay raise for non-union employees and a salary raise for faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

The Nebraska Board of Regents will vote on Carter's budget later this week.

In a news article, Carter says, "With this budget, the University of Nebraska is in a position of strength. We have done a remarkable job of managing the challenges in front of us while not losing sight of our priorities."

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