College, University Students Look Back To Move Ahead

Laura Duscher and Brittany Stanoch say they are Minnesota’s future, so they suggest looking back to 1999.

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Don’t Ax the Higher Education GET Program Just Yet

Hasty actions almost never solve a problem intelligently, and they quite often create new hurdles to a reasoned resolution. That scenario describes the pickle our legislature has created over the Guaranteed Education Tuition Plan (GET) and funding for higher education.

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Poll: Americans Want Lower Tuition, Credit for Competency

The majority of the American public agrees higher education institutions should reduce their tuition rates and award students credit for competency instead of time, according to a poll released last week.

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Rising Tuition Costs Surpass Rate of Inflation

The head of one New York family cited complained recently: ‘In a two-week period, I had notices that tuition for my three children at private schools is rising between 15 percent and 30 percent.’” Sound familiar?

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Gallup/Lumina Foundation Poll Reveals Public Perception of Higher Ed

Despite recent conversations that have been stirring about the value and return on investment of American higher education, there is still a strong public opinion in favor of it, according to a new Gallup/Lumina Foundation poll. The issue, the poll found, lies in how people feel about attainment and the current model of higher ed.

University Of Dayton Provides Total Four-Year Cost To Students And Parents: Higher Education

The University of Dayton has garnered national attention for its new guarantee, which locks in the net price of attending the private college for all four years.

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My Valuable, Cheap College Degree

Much is being written about the preposterously high cost of college.

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College-Town Lawmakers Push for Tuition Freeze

Some lawmakers do not want to see a tuition increase at public universities over the next two years, but some opponents say legislating the issue would erode the North Dakota University System’s authority over determining the tuition rates.

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Va. Panel OKs In-State Tuition For Undocumented Students

Last year, Del. Alfonso Lopez, D-Arlington, tried to convince the General Assembly to allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition.

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