Tuition

Panel Scrutinizes Nevada Higher Education Funding, "Weighted" Credit Hours

How to weigh college courses to determine state support and whether an F grade should count as completion for funding were some of the stickier issues discussed Wednesday by a legislative panel tasked with overhauling Nevada's higher education funding formula.

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Cooper Union Will Charge Tuition for Graduate Students

After months of agonized debate about its 110-year-old tradition of free education, Cooper Union will begin charging graduate students next year while maintaining, at least for now, its no-tuition policy for undergraduates, the college’s president said Tuesday.

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McDonnell Urges Va. Schools To Limit Tuition Hikes

As the state's colleges and universities prepare to set their tuition rates, Gov. Bob McDonnell is asking school presidents and board members to keep hikes to the increase in the Consumer Price Index.

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Western Michigan University Takes In Over $3 Million In First Year Charging 'Differential Tuition'

Western Michigan University has collected more than $3 million in the first year since its move to a new tuition scale that charges business and fine arts students more than other students, even when taking the same class.

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California State U Graduate Students Will Keep Tuition Grants

Tuition grants for about 20,000 needy graduate students at California State University are rescued - for now - thanks to a pair of panicked students in San Francisco who gathered thousands of signatures online and mobilized an army of support.

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Tuition Hikes Set For State Universities

Getting a degree from one or more of Mississippi's eight public universities is most likely about to get more expensive.

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College Park Students Protest Doomsday Budget Cuts To Higher Education

Millions of dollars in cuts are looming. Now students are pleading for Governor Martin O’Malley to call a special session to deal with the crisis.

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Education Secretary Addresses Rising Cost Of College

Some people think college is just for the rich, but if that becomes the norm, America is in trouble in an increasingly competitive world, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan told Madison East High School students gathered in a gymnasium Wednesday.

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