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Inching Toward the $100,000 Sticker Price

Some selective institutions are expected to hit six figures soon, though such pricing will likely have more of a psychological and political impact than a financial one.

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Boosting the Bottom Line Through Athletics

Big-time college sports, often money-losing enterprises, have contracted in recent years—even as smaller, tuition-dependent institutions add teams to boost enrollment.

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Future of OPMs in Flux as Regulations Loom

University relationships with online program managers could be turned on their heads in 2024, as the government considers more oversight into OPM contracts.

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‘Merit Scholarship’ or Enrollment Incentive?

Non-need-based merit aid has surged in the past decade, especially at struggling public institutions looking to boost enrollment. Some say it’s an unacknowledged equity issue.

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A ‘Game Changer’ for Research, Reputations of ‘Emerging’ Texas Universities

A new $3.9 billion endowment to support four public universities will boost research and innovation and, state officials hope, attract top faculty members and students.

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Regional Colleges Saw Biggest Application Gains After Tuition Resets

A new report compared post-reset application growth at nationally known and regional institutions.

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Tuition Resets Continue Amid Public Skepticism of College’s Value

Bridgewater College in Virginia and Wartburg College in Iowa are two of the latest institutions to announce drastic cuts to their tuition sticker prices.

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Time to Get Real About Tuition

The high-tuition, high-discount model is no longer serving most private colleges—or higher education as a whole, David Bushman writes.