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4 Ways Small Colleges Can Attract More Diverse Applicants

While every school strives to have as much enrollment as they reasonably can, that goes double for small colleges. Large universities attract a greater percentage of state and federal funding, forcing many smaller colleges to rely more heavily on tuition and fees to make up the difference. 552 more words


Haiku Trilogy, Let's Kill All The PhD's

“Grad students are poor – taxing free tuition will – just make them poorer”

“GOP tax plan – will kill off PhD’s and – dumb down the workforce” 14 more words


Graduates face the burden of student loan debt

Marcus Darby

(Buffalo, N.Y.) – Student loan debt in the U.S. is now the country’s largest outstanding debt held by Americans, surpassing both credit card and auto loan debt. 402 more words


Other countries want you as a university student - English-speaking classes with virtually no tuition

If you are not a resident of Pennsylvania you can still earn a nursing degree at Penn State University in four years at a tuition-only cost of $154,600. 548 more words


How I Found Out About TechImpact

A 23-year old college graduate from CUNY John Jay College is determined to get a job as a Web Developer. Groomed by the streets of Gotham (aka NYC), he found himself stumble across a friendly Facebook post claiming to offer a free tuition, 6-month accelerated training program in web development. 134 more words


Can't afford private tuition fees? You may not have to pay!

2018 will be a milestone for underprivileged primary and secondary students in Mauritius since they will be provided with free private tuition by YUVA.

YUVA is going to provide free tuition for primary and secondary students — coming from disadvantaged families — for the next 12 months. 255 more words


Free Tuition Proposal: Request for supporting data

I write this article for the sole purpose of soliciting details, data, assumptions supporting the claim that allocating $80 billion proposed increase to a federal budget line item, defense to education for the purpose of offering tuition-free access to public colleges and universities is possible. 631 more words