Haskell students worry about proposed fee increase

Students at Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas say they shouldn't pay increased fees because they aren't getting adequate services.

On-campus students pay $105 a semester while off-campus students pay $70. The board of regents is considering an increase to pay for textbooks, housing and activity costs.

No decision has been made on an increase or an amount, said board president Gil Vigil. Students said it is unfair to pass along the costs of education -- guaranteed by the trust obligation -- to them.

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Haskell students see fee increase as burden (The Lawrence Journal-World 10/8)
Haskell students fight fee increase (The Lawrence Journal-World 10/7)

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