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A.S. Board Report (03.22.17)

Hello Spartan Community,

After two excruciating weeks filled with multiple midterms, the much deserved Spring break is finally upon us. Perfect time to get those sleep hours back and rejuvenate ourselves for the last few months of this school year. 340 more words

SJSU

State fails to address soaring higher ed tuition

University of Oregon President Michael Schill recently notified students that tuition for the 2017-18 academic year is proposed to increase roughly 10.6 percent for in-state students and 3 percent for out-of-state students. 58 more words

Guest Opinion

Tuition Hike Recommended For Connecticut State Universities

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The president of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system is recommending tuition hikes.

The proposal from Mark Ojakian calls for increases of 4 percent each of the next two years at state universities and 2.5 percent at community colleges. 101 more words

News

12 YEARS TO OUT-EARN THE COST OF YOUR DEGREE (AS REPORTED BY AMY X. WANG ON WWW.QZ.COM)

A lot has been written about the cost of a college degree. Tuition costs keep rising, despite a more general plateau in wages for most American workers. 126 more words

Financial Planning

By 2035, College Could Cost Almost $500,000 (Gulp)

If you are currently in college or recently graduated, chances are you think about your student loans approximately once every seven seconds. (This is not research-based.) 214 more words

Lifestyle

Legislative countdown: Rising PERS costs affect Portland Community College students (Editorial)

In a letter to students last Friday, Portland Community College informed students tuition will go up by as much as 7 percent next year. PCC, which serves many low-income students, needs to patch… 39 more words

The Oregonian

Double-digit tuition increases? University leaders point fingers at Salem

Two of Oregon’s largest public universities are considering double-digit tuition increases this fall, moves with the potential to affect more than 24,000 in-state students.

The University of Oregon’s governing board on Thursday approved a plan to raise in-state tuition for undergraduate students by 10.6 percent this fall, the largest increase since the 2010 academic year. 22 more words

The Oregonian