Tuition

N.D. Board Mulling Dickinson State Tuition

The president of Dickinson State University is pushing the Board of Higher Education to decide on out-of-state tuition rates for his school.

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Response To Tuition Plan Vexes Santa Monica College Leaders

Many Santa Monica College trustees see a proposed two-tiered tuition system as a progressive solution to funding problems, and they're frustrated by the angry reaction.

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U Of M Regents Will Scrutinize Administrators' Pay In Wake Of Rising Tuition Costs, Growing Student Debt

With the cost of tuition rising and student debt growing, the three-member committee will examine board and administration policies on executive pay packages. Committee chairman Richard Beeson says the panel will study current practices in the private, public and nonprofit sectors.

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Barry Holds Tuition Steady; U of Miami Goes Up 4 Percent

Private schools in South Florida are beginning to release their tuition rates for the upcoming academic year.

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Questions Raised About Tuition That Goes Toward Scholarships

Iowa's public universities will disclose that about 20 percent of a student's tuition bill pays for scholarships.

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New Site To Calculate Potential Student Loan Debt

Want to calculate how much you could owe in student loans after graduating from a particular college? A new government website provides tools to help with the math.

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Let's Bring Back The Idea Of A Free U of California Education (Opinion)

Tuition increases are threatening to place a University of California education out of the reach of working-class and middle-class students.

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Guilford Students Propose Fee Hike

College students across the country have protested repeated hikes in their tuition and fees.

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Old Dominion U Delays Decision On Tuition For 2012-13

Old Dominion University is deferring a decision on tuition for the 2012-13 academic year until Virginia's state budget is done.

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Chancellor Asks Santa Monica College To Put Two-Tier Plan On Hold

The system chief makes the request after a student protest that led to pepper-spraying. He says the plan to charge more for high-demand classes violates education codes and he's sought a legal opinion.

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