Students at Tennessee's public colleges and universities probably will face tuition increases this fall, despite an infusion of federal money, because the system must begin preparing for 15 percent state funding cuts coming years from now, officials said Thursday.
Higher education in Tennessee is receiving $470 million in federal stimulus money over the next three years.
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