Tuition

Why College Tuition Should Be Regulated (Opinion)

Tuition at Stanford University in 1980-81 was $6,285. Thirty years later, Stanford’s tuition had risen to $38,700. Tuition in 2011-12 is $40,050. If the cost of milk had grown at the same rate, a gallon of milk would now cost approximately $15.

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California Leads Nation In Escalation Of College Costs

California's public universities enacted the highest average tuition increase, 21%, of any state, the College Board finds. Steep state funding cuts to higher ed were significant factors in pushing up tuition and fees nationwide.

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College Prices Up Again As States Slash Budgets

As President Obama prepared to announce new measures Wednesday to help ease the burden of student loan debt, new figures painted a demoralizing picture of college costs for students and parents: Average in-state tuition and fees at four-year public colleges rose an additional $631 this fall, or 8.3 percent, compared with a year ago.

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Indiana U Summer Tuition Could Fall 25%

At a time when many Hoosiers are upset at the rising cost of college, Indiana University announced a plan Monday to discount summer tuition.

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Univ. of Vermont President Says Tuition Won't Increase By More Than 3.5 Percent

The next tuition increase at the University of Vermont will not exceed 3.5 percent, interim president John Bramley said Friday at a board of trustees meeting.

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Iowa Regents To Consider Tuition Hikes

Students at Iowa’s three state universities will likely face hikes in tuition and fees next year, and although the proposed increases are smaller than in recent years, pocketbooks will continue to be strained.

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NH Bills Would Require New Voters To Be Residents

Legislation that would require residency for people who register to vote in New Hampshire could affect millions of dollars in nonresident tuition that students pay to the state's public colleges.

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Could Florida Face A College Student Brain Drain?

For some of Florida's best and brightest students, the most affordable places to attend college are often outside the state.

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