WWU prez: access to higher ed will get tighter under governor's plan

The Bellingham Herald

Washington parents who dream of sending their children to college someday probably are worrying about skyrocketing tuition. But lawmakers and university officials say they should turn their focus instead to the question of whether their kids will even get into a state university.

Washington state already is among the states with the fewest slots for undergraduate students at its public universities, as a percentage of its state population.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011 - 12:10pm