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UT Tyler should pay a price for this, because they broke a contract. Also, other UT's should have pitched in.
The Texas Tribune noted that it would cost $1.7 million a year for UT Tyler to fulfill its promise to the students from Nepal. The annual budget of the UT system and its campuses is $18.3 billion.