Clemson trustees approve tuition freeze

CLEMSON — The Clemson University Board of Trustees took care of some financial business in a special meeting Thursday — freezing tuition for in-state students and learning the university has secured the total funding needed for its new veterinary school.

Thursday’s vote for a freeze is the fifth year in a row for in-state students. Trustees abided by Gov. Henry McMaster’s previous directive for the General Assembly to not hike rates for in-state students for

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