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A year out, University of Minnesota reflects on tuition freeze

University of Minnesota

By Haley Hansen Most University of Minnesota undergraduates didn’t see a tuition increase this year, but others weren’t so lucky. Undergraduates who pay in-state tuition have saved hundreds of dollars since state legislators approved a tuition freeze last spring. But non-resident and graduate students aren’t reaping the benefits. Tuition prices for non-resident and graduate students have increased since last year, ... Read More »

Duke University students to see 3.9 percent increase in tuition


UNC and Duke University differ by more than a shade of blue — especially in the difference between public and private tuition costs. An N.C. resident would pay almost $38,000 more to attend Duke than they would pay for UNC for the 2013-14 academic year. When Duke raises tuition by 3.9 percent next year, the price difference between the two universities ... Read More »

Syracuse University raises tuition, fees, room and board for 2014-15

Syracuse University

Syracuse University has announced increases for tuition, fees, room and board for the 2014-15 school year. Tuition for full-time undergraduates will be $40,380, an increase of 3.6 percent. Undergraduate tuition for the current 2013-14 school year is $38,970. The 3.6 percentage increase is the same as last year’s and is SU’s lowest percentage tuition increase in 48 years, according to the ... Read More »

BU’s Tuition, Room and Board to Rise 3.7 Percent

Boston University

Undergraduates will see more than $195 million in financial aid Tuition at Boston Universityfor the 2014-2015 academic year will rise to $45,686 and the cost of basic room and board to $14,030. Next year’s costs, set by the Board of Trustees, amount to an overall increase of 3.7 percent, with a 3.9 percent increase in tuition and a 3.0 percent ... Read More »

Data shows low-income students bear bulk of tuition increases, University of Oregon among most affordable

University of Oregon

As tuition continues to rise, low-income students and their families are having to pay a disproportionate amount of those cost increases compared to their peers in higher income levels, according to federal data analyzed by education journalists. The Tuition Tracker created by Dallas Morning News, The Hechinger Report and the Education Writers Association uses data from the Department of Education ... Read More »

Outlook bleak for Florida universities

University of Central Florida

The Legislature has moved forward as expected on a plan to curb tuition hikes at state universities. The Senate Education Committee backed legislation (SB 7036) that would eliminate an automatic inflation-based tuition increase and reduce the ability of individual universities to raise the so-called “differential” tuition, cutting the rate from 15 percent to 6 percent. The move is in line ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes