PHOENIX - Arizona filed a lawsuit Tuesday to block one of the nation's largest community-college systems from providing reduced tuition to young immigrants granted deferred deportation by the Obama administration.
Most students at Pima Community College will pay 4.4 percent more to go to school this fall.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Board of Regents will start the process next month to see if there are ways that some illegal-immigrant "Dreamers" can qualify for lower tuition than they now have to pay.
Ann Weaver Hart, president of the University of Arizona
Northern Arizona University president
The presidents of Arizona's three public universities are voicing support for tuition breaks for immigrants who entered the country illegally as children and now are protected from deportation.
Students at the University of Arizona could face tuition hikes of 5 percent a year for the next several years unless the state starts restoring some of the millions cut from higher education during the recession, university leaders heard Friday.
Pablo Monreal is senior at San Miguel High School, one of the Catholic schools in Tucson without an enrollment problem.
Brother Chris Patiño teaches the Holy Trinity and early heresy to a freshman religion class at San Miguel High School.
Freshman Bairont Quintero, 14, adds to his lunch at the San Miguel cafeteria. The poor economy and competition from charter schools has eroded enrollment at some Catholic high schools in Tucson.
Here, in this school on Tucson's south side, lie the hopes of the Diocese of Tucson for a Catholic education. Hailed nationwide, San Miguel High School belongs to the Cristo Rey Network, a group of schools dedicated to teaching low-income students by enrolling them in an innovative part-time…
Pima Community College now has three strikes against it in its fight to collect $1 million-plus a year from taxpayers in a tiny neighboring county.
For the first time in two decades, tuition won't rise this fall for in-state undergraduates at the University of Arizona.
For the first time in years, tuition won’t go up this fall for in-state undergraduates at the University of Arizona.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed an expansion of a program to use state funds to send children to private schools, saying the move goes too far.
The University of Arizona is backing off its earlier proposal to increase tuition by 2.7 percent for in-state freshmen who start school this fall.
An $800,000 donation from AT&T will provide scholarships for about 300 Tucson children to attend one of three area Catholic schools.
PHOENIX - Students at the state's three universities are no longer in danger of having pay at least $2,000 of their tuition out-of-pocket.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer signed legislation Wednesday to allow individuals to divert more money they would otherwise owe the state to help children attend private and parochial schools.