Tuition

Tuition

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Oct 24, 2022
A new report from the College Board finds tuition holding steady, with minimal increases. But given rampant inflation, experts wonder how long institutions can keep prices down.

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December 4, 2020
Colleges have in recent decades placed student discovery ahead of pathways and outcomes. Today’s students need a more practical approach, Ryan Craig argues.
November 11, 2020
Several private colleges say their high sticker prices have scared students off in the past and that newly announced tuition resets were planned long before COVID-19 struck.
November 5, 2020
Authors discuss recent book arguing that trustees need to do more to address college costs.
November 5, 2020
Companies like Chipotle and Amazon aren't scaling back educational benefits for employees.
October 26, 2020
Four-year colleges increased prices at the lowest rate in three decades, on average. But the COVID-19 pandemic's greatest effects on pricing, funding and student aid might still be to come.
August 14, 2020
More colleges continue to cut tuition rates in response to pressure from students and families.
August 5, 2020
Two colleges -- St. Norbert College and Pacific Lutheran University -- will offer students an extra term or two without charge. The programs aim to make up for subpar on-campus experiences amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 24, 2020
As more colleges announce online fall terms, some are also reducing tuition rates. Wealthy families are likely to be the biggest beneficiaries of those discounts.
July 1, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has caused more colleges and families to consider taking out tuition insurance, but it would not have helped the students who are seeking tuition refunds for the spring's forced transition to remote learning.
June 30, 2020
Williams reduces cost of attendance by 15 percent to recognize changes in the student experience and continuing uncertainty amid the pandemic. Will other, less wealthy colleges follow suit?

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