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Va. Panel OKs In-State Tuition For Undocumented Students

Last year, Del. Alfonso Lopez, D-Arlington, tried to convince the General Assembly to allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition.

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Scott Gets All Of Florida’s Four-Year Colleges To Embrace $10K Challenge

“Our goal should be that students do not have to go into debt in order to obtain a degree,” Scott said.

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Miami-Dade College And Others Join $10,000 Degree Offer

Gov. Rick Scott’s $10,000 degree challenge to community colleges continues to gather more steam

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Louisiana Colleges Urge Lawmakers To Give Up Power To Set Tuition

Giving Louisiana's colleges the ability to raise their own tuition rates would allow them to compete on a level playing field with other institutions throughout the south, the state's higher education commissioner said Tuesday.

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Mormon Math: Younger Missionaries = Less Money For Utah Colleges

Report predicts the departure of hundreds of students now and millions lost in tuition next school year.

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Cal State Won't Hike Tuition Next Fall

Officials of the university system say Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget falls short of what they need but that they plan to hold the line on fees anyway.

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Two-Year College Chancellor Wants To Make College Courses Free For High School Students

Alabama's two-year college chancellor wants to make enrollment in community college courses free for high school students.

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U Of Minnesota Offers Tuition Freeze For More State Money

University of Minnesota students could save more than $2,000 each during their college careers

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Private Colleges Criticize Governor’s Tuition Freeze Plan

An association of independent colleges and universities has criticized Gov. Dave Heineman’s proposal to increase funding to the University of Nebraska and the state’s colleges by $47 million during the next two years in exchange for a two-year tuition freeze.

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Transferring from Community College Might Not Help Student Debt

Starting at a community college might not alleviate the pile of loans a student could face after graduation, despite lower costs, according to a recent report.

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