Tuition fees

04 novembre 2018

Regents not doing enough to control college tuition increases, audit says

University Business Magazine logoThe Utah State Board of Regents is not adequately controlling tuition increases at the state's eight public colleges and universities, according to a legislative audit made public on Monday. More...

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Greensboro College announces deep cut to tuition

University Business Magazine logoStarting in 2019-20, the college announced Monday that it will charge undergraduate tuition and fees of $18,500 — down from $29,140 this year. That figure doesn’t include room, board, books or other related expenses. More...

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U. of Colorado among state institutions waiving application fees Oct. 30

University Business Magazine logoAll 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado, including the University of Colorado, will allow in-state students to apply for free on Oct. 30. More...

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CSCU likely to seek boost in state aid, explores tuition policy options

University Business Magazine logoOfficials at the state’s largest public college system are exploring new tuition and fee policies aimed at incentivizing students to complete their degrees – however, fiscal constraints will likely stifle these costly ideas. More...

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03 novembre 2018

RCC rental fee shift affects Rockland nonprofits

University Business Magazine logoHoping to recoup revenue losses posed by declining enrollment, Rockland Community College said it will no longer waive fees to groups seeking to reserve space on campus for an event. More...

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01 novembre 2018

Prices Level Off -- for Now

HomeBy Greg Toppo. New annual data from the College Board show that college tuition and fees have moderated since the recession, with public college prices dropping slightly this year. But they may rise again soon. More...

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What High Schoolers Don't Know About Tuition Rates

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Most do not know what they would pay to attend a public four-year institution in their home state, study finds. More...

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26 octobre 2018

Grants More Than Offset Soaring University Tuition

Grants More Than Offset Soaring University Tuition
The gist of this article is that university tuitions are set in such a way as to maximize grants, and that the increased tuition rates are more than offset by student aid programs. "It is a shell game, pure and simple," says King Alexander, president of Murray State University in Kentucky. But other writers are critizing the study on which the article is based. "The analysis doesn't include the more than 20 percent increase in average tuition rates for 2003 and 2004," argues Stan Jones, Indiana's higher-education commissioner. More...

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22 octobre 2018

FEF: calling for financial reforms in Higher Education

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsDuring the previous year (2017), the Federation of the French-speaking students in Belgium (FEF) issued a series of surveys aimed at the students in our country. The results of those surveys, show that more and more students are struggling to pay for their studies and do often require external help: the requests in school and university grants have increased by 6% for the past 6 years, beneficiaries of financial help from the public social welfare centres were multiplied by 6 between 2002 and 2016, and a quarter of the students needed to work so they could afford the study fees. More...

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01 octobre 2018

Targeted Tuition Fees: Is means-testing the answer?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"The UK’s Higher Education Policy Institute and Canada’s Higher Education Strategy Associates are jointly publishing a new research paper on charging people from poorer backgrounds less for higher education. Targeted Tuition Fees: Is means-testing the answer? by Alex Usher and Robert Burroughs is being simultaneously published in the UK and Canada. More...

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