BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The new budget for ECC would cost its students more money.
The school's $111 million budget proposal calls for a $300 increase in tuition. More than half the money in ECC's budget comes from student tuition.
School officials told Erie County lawmakers during a public hearing Monday that tuition was only supposed to account for one-third of the overall budget when the original formula was devised.
Lawmakers plan to contribute the same amount to ECC's budget as last year - about $17 million. They'll vote on it next month.
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