And of course Cuomo is making sure that tuition goes up every year, for the next five years, so that his bankster buddies can make even more money off the kids:
Students at state colleges and universities will see their tuition go up over the next five years, after Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed historic legislation Tuesday.
The new law allows State University of New York campuses to raise tuition $300 a year for five years.
Over five years, SUNY tuition will rise from its present $4,970 annual charge to $6,470 for in-state, undergraduate students.
It will be even more at SUNY’s four research centers—University at Buffalo, Albany, Binghamton and Stony Brook—which will be able to implement a rational “plus” tuition plan. That includes charging an additional $75 fee and raising tuition for out-of-state students up to 10 percent.
The new revenue is good news for campuses that faced steep budget cuts the past few years.
Uh, huh - some of those budget cuts were made so that Cuomo could cut the millionaire's tax.
Because Cuomo's hedge fund buddies pay too much in tax.
Better that middle and working class kids go $75,000 in debt for a SUNY degree that sees them working at Starbucks than raise taxes on Rupert Murdoch.
FULL STORY HERE.