LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- The lure of federal stimulus cash may help limit the size of tuition increases at Michigan's 15 public universities headed into next fall.
Some universities are expected to start making tuition decisions as early as Thursday. Increases likely would have to be below the average increases registered over the past few years to avoid raising questions about how universities are using Recovery Act cash to help keep college affordable.
The University of Michigan system and Michigan State University are among the universities that could begin making some tuition decisions this week.
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