Senator Kel Seliger filed three bills on Thursday both of which are meant to address tuition cost at public schools in Texas.
According to a release from the senators office, Seliger filed SB 18 and SB 19 Thursday afternoon.
SB 18 called for the elimination of a state mandate requiring higher education entities to set aside portions of one students tuition for another student, according to the release.
SB 19 calls for a freeze of tuition and fees statewide at Texas public higher education institutions for the next four years.
Finally, SB 543 called for institutions to meet certain criteria before they can increase tuition.