During a time when it seems the cost of just about everything is going up, students at Culver-Stockton College have something to be happy about.
They won't see an increase in their tuition, at least for another year. That was the decision made at last week's fall board meeting. Trustees voted to freeze tuition at $22,250.
Students will also see no change in annual student fees, which will remain at $300. It's the same story for their room and board which will remain at $3,400 and $4,200.
This freeze comes with a message to families that the school shares their financial situations and wants all students to have the chance to to earn an accessible education.