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History Museum At U of Northern Iowa To Become History

The 120-year-old institution is closing due to budget cuts.

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U Of Louisville Is Depending More On Foundation

Agency contribution to educate students exceeds state funding

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University Expenditures Now Available Online

The University of Arkansas today launched OpenUA, its expenditure transparency website, to provide online documentation of public expenses paid by all university offices, departments and divisions.

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Study: U of Colorado Only Major University To Report Lobbying For Low Student Loan Rates

The University of Colorado -- where nearly one in three undergraduates on the Boulder campus have federal Stafford loans -- was among few organizations that publicly reported lobbying in favor of a measure to keep interest rates from doubling to 6.8 percent.

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Temple University Freezes 2012-13 Base Tuition Rate At Current Year's Level

The only way Temple University's board could have delivered any better news to students about their 2012-13 tuition is if it announced the rate getting reduced.

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UC Will Not Seek Immediate Tuition Increase

UC regents had been expected to raise tuition in mid-July. But UC officials say they will forgo the hike in exchange for $125 million from the state budget deal.

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Ferris State University President Describes Reasons For A 2.5 Percent Tuition Increase

Ferris State University President David Eisler said a 2.5 percent tuition increase may be a burden for some students, but the university is offering more financial aid to help soften the blow.

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Wayne State Increases Tuition 3.88 Percent

Tuition will increase 3.88 percent at Wayne State University this fall.

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Public Universities Face Funding, Academic Challenges

Online education is also a hurdle. Ohio has endured more funding cuts than most states.

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