WOODBURY - Suffolk lawmakers are set to vote on a plan today to keep tuition low at the county's community college.

The $1.8 million plan would help keep tuition under $4,000 per year at Suffolk County Community College. School officials fear a large tuition hike will scare off students.

County Executive Steve Levy (R-Suffolk) has proposed dipping into the college's $15 million reserve fund rather than using taxpayer dollars.School officials to vote on raising tuition at SCCC