State Comptroller Critical Of Colleges Travel Costs

(Columbia, SC)  --  The state's comptroller has a simple suggestion to keep tuition costs down.  

A new report finds the state's public colleges spent almost 60-million dollars on travel last year, with USC and Clemson combining for almost half that amount.  

Comptroller Richard Eckstrom tells "The State" increasing travel costs drive up overall spending, which leads to higher tuition. 


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