(WEST LAFAYETTE, IN) - A day after Indiana University unveiled an incentive plan to defuse legislative anger over tuition hikes, there's still no agreement with Purdue on what to do about tuition there.
Purdue officials met Tuesday with state budget committee chairman Luke Kenley and higher education commissioner Teresa Lubbers.
Lubbers says IU's plan to cut tuition for students who take a full course load and maintain a B average doesn't necessarily translate to West Lafayette.
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