Brown raises tuition and fees, makes moves to cut greenhouse gases

BROWN UNIVERSITY plans to raise undergraduate tuition and fees by 5 percent for the 2019-20 academic year. The school also has committed to eliminating its greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – The Corporation of Brown University has approved a 5 percent increase in undergraduate tuition and fees, bringing the total to $73,736 for the academic year beginning next fall, the university announced. The increase was approved during the corporation’s three-day winter meeting held Feb. 7-9, during which it also approved measures to eliminate campus…

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