Byline: BRANDON LARRABEE
ATLANTA - When officials with the University System of Georgia announced the "Fixed for Four" tuition program earlier this year, among those excluded from the policy were graduate students.
Under the proposal, also called the Guaranteed Tuition Plan, undergraduate students beginning this fall will have their tuition rate frozen for up to four or three years, depending on the institution.
The idea, system officials say, was to bring more predictability to the program and encourage undergraduates to work their way through college on schedule. That's part of the reason it wasn't extended to graduate students, said John Millsaps, …