ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The University of Michigan Board of Regents is expected to decide whether the school should offer in-state tuition to immigrants who've been living in Michigan without legal permission.
The university currently charges those students out-of-state tuition, which is much higher.
During their meeting Thursday in Ann Arbor, the regents are expected to vote on a proposal that was submitted earlier this month by Provost Martha Pollack.
The proposal also would allow members of the military to receive in-state tuition, regardless of where they live.
If approved, the policy revisions would go into effect in January.
Information from: Detroit Free Press
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