Okla. university freezing tuition hikes for second year

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma university is bucking the trend of constantly rising tuition costs.

For the second year in a row, Oklahoma Christian University has frozen the cost of tuition.

They said they believe they are one of the only schools to do so.

Okla. Christian President John DeSteiguer said, “We decided last year that we would freeze prices last year and as far as we know we’re the only university in Oklahoma and the only university that is private Christian college last year that did that and it was so important to us we decided to do it for the second year in a row.”

University officials said they are expecting record enrollment this year.

They said they feel their tuition freeze is adding to the numbers.