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BCC trustees hold retreat

The Barton Community College Board of Trustees will have some hard choices to make in the coming year, based on information shared Thursday at a board retreat.
The trustees are likely to approve a tuition increase of $5-7 per credit hour for the spring semester of 2015. Barton President Dr. Carl Heilman said the administration had hoped to avoid a tuition increase. Now it’s too late to increase tuition this fall because many students have already made their plans and the college tries consider the students. But Heilman and Board Chairman Mike Johnson said the goal is to avoid ...

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