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University Of Charleston Vows To Cut Tuition Rates By 22 Percent

The University of Charleston will slash tuition rates by 22 percent next year in an effort to bolster enrollment.

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College Graduates’ Debt Burden Grew, Yet Again, in 2010

Students who graduated from college in 2010 with student loans owed an average of $25,250, up 5 percent from the previous year, according to a report scheduled for release Thursday.

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Washington's GET Tuition Plan Opens For New Enrollment

As Washington's prepaid tuition program opens to new participants Tuesday, the plan may not seem like much of a bargain to people who bought in years ago. But that's the inevitable result of the keeping up with the state's skyrocketing tuition.

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Education Secretary Arne Duncan On Community Colleges: They Can 'Transform Lives'

In a recent video addressed to the public, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan again reiterated the importance of income-based student loan repayment options and weighed in on the significance of community colleges.

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Tuition Hike Proposed For State Colleges in RI

The state Board of Higher Education plans to recommend a tuition increase for the fall of 2012 at Rhode Island's three public colleges.

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Cooper Union Looks at Charging Tuition

Facing serious financial trouble in a weak economy, Cooper Union, the New York City college founded in 1859 to provide free education for the working class, may begin charging undergraduate tuition for the first time in more than a century, its president said Monday.

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Iowa Regents To Approve 3.75% Tuition Bump

And then they'll press legislators hard for more state dollars, they say.

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College Costs In Miss. Below U.S. Average, But Still Up 7%

College costs for Mississippi's students are well below national averages, but are increasing - along with some students' anxiety about their debt upon graduation.

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Analysis: College Costs Shift To Families

It was a transformation that was, by historical standards, remarkably swift: The decade of the 2000s saw a fundamental shift in how Americans answer the question “Who will pay for college?’’

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Bemidji State Students Pay Highest Tuition Among McSCU Schools

President Obama's plans to provide student loan relief could affect students attending Bemidji State University, a school that has the highest tuition rate among the seven four-year state universities in Minnesota.

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