Tuition

When Even Low Tuition Is Too Much

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Cam Holmes graduated from Tulsa Community College on Friday – and she says that, but for a program created three years ago, she never would have done so.

Tempering Tuition Hikes

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Private, nonprofit colleges will hike tuition and fees by an average of 4.5 percent in the coming academic year, outpacing inflation while still holding close to last year’s nearly 40-year low increase rate, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

Hendrix's Odyssey

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For Hendrix College, the past decade ushered in a series of unfortunate events.

Hunting Out West

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The strategy may not be new, but few expected it to come out of Cobleskill, N.Y.

Paying the Price

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Many states see double-digit tuition increases this year, as public universities try to cope with the recession.

The New Community College Tuition Hike

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More two-year institutions consider charging more for in-demand workforce programs as state funds are cut.

Reckoning the Recovery

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Survey of state community college directors shows few have plans for how to balance budgets once federal stimulus dollars are gone.

The New British Tuition

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New system would let universities charge almost three times current levels.

Tightening Reins on Tuition

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In what might best be described as a game of chicken over tuition policy, a handful of public colleges in South Carolina have yet to back down.

Flexing notable muscle in late September, the State Budget and Control Board declared that it would not approve any construction projects on campuses that hiked tuition by 7 percent or more this year, barring those that would agree to roll it back for spring 2011. A slightly lower threshold of 6.3 percent was set for community colleges and technical colleges.

Big Win for Undocumented Students

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The California Supreme Court unanimously upheld a state statute affording some undocumented students in-state tuition status, overturning an earlier decision by an appellate court Monday.

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