The Council on Postsecondary Education is considering a proposal that would freeze tuition at Kentucky's community and technical colleges for the next two years.
The move would be a response to the drop in enrollment of full-time students at the state's 16 colleges since 2002.
Tuition costs at those schools has more than doubled since 2000.
Overall enrollment has also grown since 2000 due to a big increase in part-time students.
More than 86,000 students are enrolled at Kentucky's community and technical colleges.
Around 54,000 are part-time students.
KCTCS President Mick McCall says if the proposal is adopted, the General Assembly would need to add funding to make up for lost revenue.