Tuition

Lower Costs Lure U.S. College Students To Canada, UK

More American teenagers are thinking about picking up a passport and heading abroad for their college years as a way of attending a top-rated school at a lower cost, Canadian and British college recruiters say.

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Panel Wants Limit On Florida 2-Plus-2 Tuition

Gov. Rick Scott's higher education task force on Monday tentatively agreed to recommend holding the line on tuition for certain "two-plus-two" students who start at community colleges and then complete their degrees at universities.

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Iowa Regents Eliminate Tuition Set-Aside; Create State Grant Program

The Iowa Board of Regents today approved the creation of a state grant, and the elimination of a controversial tuition-funded scholarship program.

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O'Malley Hopes To Hold Tuition Rise To 3 Percent

Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that he hopes to hold tuition increases for Maryland residents attending the state's public universities to no more than the 3 percent he has allowed in each of the last three years.

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2-Year WA Tuition May Be Scaring Students Away

Community college tuition has gone up so much during the economic downturn that students at Washington's two-year colleges are now paying what a University of Washington student paid just over a decade ago.

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Fla. Proposal: Vary Cost Of College Tuition By Degree Sought

If you want to save money at Florida's universities, you may soon have to choose biology over ballet or engineering over English.

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Report Says College Prices, Once Stable, Are Up Again

The prices that most people actually pay for college, which had remained stable for several years, are on the rise again, as tuition and other cost increases outpace financial aid awards, the College Board reported on Wednesday.

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Rising College Costs Pose Test for Obama on Education Policies

In campaign stops across college campuses, and again in the debate on Tuesday, President Obama has promoted his efforts to make college more affordable. His record, more activist than any recent predecessor’s, includes greatly expanding the federal government’s role in granting college loans, increasing aid to community colleges, and even taking steps to try to stem soaring tuition.

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