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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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Missouri System Eyes Tuition Increases

Faced with yet another round of likely state budget cuts, the University of Missouri system wants to increase tuition next year by 7.5 percent at its flagship Columbia campus and even more at its campuses in St. Louis and Rolla.

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Occupy CU-Boulder Protesters Criticize Tuition Increases, State Funding Decreases

University of Colorado geography professor Elizabeth Dunn said the seminar she teaches was once capped at 25 students. Most recently, it enrolled 108.

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Wash. University Presidents: Obama Wrong On Tuition

The presidents of Washington's three largest universities say President Barack Obama should be talking to state governments about college tuition, not complaining to them.

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Princeton To Raise Tuition 4.5 Percent, Largest Jump In 6 Years

The cost of attending Princeton University is going up by 4.5 percent, the school’s largest hike in tuition and fees in six years. But the school’s governing body raised the amount of financial aid given to students to make up for the difference.

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University Students Protest Higher Tuition

Some students protested tuition increases. Some lamented cuts to the Bright Futures scholarship program. And some said they were only after the extra credit.

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Mixed Reviews of Obama Plan to Keep Down College Costs

In a campus visit Friday morning, President Obama outlined his plans to keep college tuition costs in check, getting a wildly enthusiastic response at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

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U. Of Illinois Boosting Tuition 4.8%

University of Illinois freshmen will pay more than $24,000 this fall for tuition, fees and housing, an amount board members approved even as one trustee urged the group to "keep tuition in check."

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