NH university system struggles to keep tuition low as it looks at 7 years of level funding
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When Todd Leach’s son was applying to colleges last year, his high school guidance counselor suggested that he take advantage of the in-state tuition match offered by the University of Maine.
It wasn’t the kind of suggestion the chancellor of the University System of New Hampshire enjoys hearing about, whether made to his son or any other Granite State high schooler. Neither was Catherine Provencher, the vice chancellor for financial affairs, thrilled when her trip to Hampton Beach last summer was interrupted by a plane pulling a banner advertising the same University of Maine tuition match.