Cornell U. and U. of Pennsylvania move to uniform pricing structures — and in Cornell’s case, a lower one. Its goal: To help professors retain their grant monies.
New analysis -- attempting to shift college cost debate -- finds shrinking share of funds going to instruction and growing public-private gap.
Appeals court finds that in extending lower resident tuition rates to undocumented students, state "thwarts" Congress's intent.
President of SUNY's university there sees the economic mess as the perfect chance to charge higher tuition -- and raise ambitions for the region. But can he get state leaders to go along?
Some community colleges are waiving tuition for the unemployed, as their numbers grow nationwide.
Iowa's Northwestern College hoped that locking in its charges to students for four years would attract families eager for tuition stability. But when enrollment fell, the experiment ended.
With budgets tightening, public universities may be inclined to recruit more out-of-state students for increased revenue.
As students and their families struggle financially, more private colleges are slowing tuition increases to preserve enrollment and create goodwill.
Voters in Davenport, Iowa will decide today whether to give any local graduate nearly $20,000 for a college education -- for use anywhere.
Faced with revenue declines and dwindling faculty numbers, Madison may raise tuition on all but its neediest students, mirroring a model private institutions often employ.
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