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Kaler pitches plan to freeze tuition, increase research grants during visit for Jazz Fest

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MORRIS – If the University of Minnesota's budget request is granted in full, the university will freeze tuition for undergraduate students for two years on a total allocation equal to the university's funding level in 2001, University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler said during a visit to the University of Minnesota, Morris last week.

While at UMM for Jazz Fest, Kaler spoke about the state of the university and the university's legislative request.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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