Inflation, decreased school endowments and state budget cuts are causing university tuition to rise by up to 9%. As a result, most colleges are choosing to pump up their financial aid packages and scholarship programs to cushion the blow to students.
A degree in finance from some of the country's most esteemed private institutions can earn a student at least $30,000 more than the median B.A. graduate earns, according to data collected by Looking Glass Institute.
West Virginia's governor is honored to play a part in building Marshall University's new baseball stadium, but one official believes he is "grossly" misappropriating a huge chunk of COVID-related emergency funding to do so—and calling for a federal investigation.