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Regents Approves Tuition Increases

Increase will be average of 5.6% for undergraduate students

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University Of Central Arkansas Trustees Approved A Fee Increase

The 3 percent increase, endorsed by the Student Government Association, will put the university’s room and board rate for a traditional room and meal plan at $2,635, up from $2,590.

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Universities, Officials Rally For Funding

Branstad encourages the movement to persuade legislators not to cut money for higher education again.

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3 Protesters Arrested At U Of California Regents Meeting

Three protesters were arrested Thursday at the UC Board of Regents meeting, when a few dozen activists, some stripped down to swimsuits, called for more transparency in state funding talks and an end to tuition hikes.

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Eastern Michigan U President Susan Martin To Legislators: Don't Penalize Us For Tuition Restraint

Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin told legislators Wednesday that under a proposal from Gov. Rick Snyder, EMU is being penalized instead of rewarded for its efforts over the past three years to hold down tuition increases.

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Community College to Charge More for Top Courses

For years now, administrators at the community college here have been inundated with woeful tales from students unable to register for the courses they need.

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House Republicans Seek To Cut Pell Grant Funding, Raise Interest Rates On Student Loans

U.S. House Republicans -- saying they need to curb tuition inflation -- are seeking to raise the interest rate on federal Stafford Loans from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent and cut funding for Pell Grants, which is a form of financial aid for the most financially needy students.

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Tuition Trends

Mount Holyoke College (Mass.) announced that it will not raise tuition or room and board for the 2012-2013 academic year, holding prices at the 2011-2012 rate—and making next year the first since 1968 that Mount Holyoke has not experienced an increase in the cost of attendance.

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Why Public Universities Are Now a Bad Bargain for the Middle Class (Opinion)

Here's a higher education shocker: Thanks to tuition hikes at California's state universities on the one hand, and the generous financial aid policies of Harvard on the other, attending the Ivy League university is actually a better deal for middle-class students from the Golden State, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

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