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State Colleges In Fla. Fear They're Becoming Unaffordable

Florida's cheapest colleges aren't feeling so affordable to many students any more.

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Slideshow: Students Remove Shoes To Fight Higher Education Cuts

300 college students bared it all below the ankle on Tuesday to prove a point -- cuts to higher education play right into a stereotype.

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Universities Facing Pressure To Become More Affordable

Government could tighten purse strings to curb rising tuition

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Fla. Senate Proposes 3 Percent Tuition Hike For Community Colleges

Meanwhile, the Senate is considering leaving university tuition flat

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U of Missouri Curators Wary Of Proposed Tuition Increase

University of Missouri curators want to see more spending cuts in non-academic programs before they agree to increase tuition at the system's four campuses.

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U of North Carolina Campuses Slated For New Fee, Tuition Increases

University of North Carolina students who pay in-state rates are facing a more than $400 tuition increase, despite President Barack Obama's warning that schools could lose funding if they don't find ways to keep costs down.

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Taking More Seats on Campus, Foreigners Also Pay the Freight

This is the University of Washington’s new math: 18 percent of its freshmen come from abroad, most from China. Each pays tuition of $28,059, about three times as much as students from Washington State. And that, according to the dean of admissions, is how low-income Washingtonians — more than a quarter of the class — get a free ride.

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Milwaukee School of Engineering To Offer Tuition-Free Master's Degrees

In these lean times, the Milwaukee School of Engineering is offering a deal: Buy one degree, get a second degree free.

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Reining In College Tuition (Opinon)

Higher education institutions are predictably cool to President Obama’s proposal to shift federal aid away from colleges that fail to control rising tuition. Even though the details of his plan, which would require Congressional approval, will not be fleshed out until later this month, the idea behind it is sound.

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U Of Colorado Regents Extend In-State Tuition To Military Dependents

Program requires dependents to have attended Colo. high school for two years

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