Purdue continues to freeze tuition costs for ninth year

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Tuition is staying put for a ninth year in a row at Purdue.

President Mitch Daniels announcing over the weekend he and university leaders will not be raising tuition again — meaning students in the 2021-2022 school year will be paying the same $9,992 for tuition and fees as students in 2012.

Out-of-state tuition is also holding steady at just shy of 29-thousand. Daniels says 10-thousand-dollars rates for room and board are not increasing either.

More than 44-thousand students attend Purdue, which the school’s highest enrollment ever.