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Yobe state University Break down of school fees

DistinctEdu blog brings to you a detailed break down of the Students (both new and returning students) school fees schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session. 59 more words


Free tuition and irresponsibility

This is my article in BWorld last August 17, 2017.

There are many reasons why the new law providing for free tuition for all students — rich and poor alike — in all state universities and colleges (SUCs) is wrong, but for this piece, we will limit them to only four arguments. 624 more words

The Non-Ivy League Geek Dream Courses!

Where did you go to school?  Harvard?

No, because it’s expensive!  It costs more than $60,000 a year.

According to the Chronicle of Higher Education… 528 more words

Professors Slam Higher Education Cost Cutting

(CBS Connecticut) — Professors today attacked cost-cutting consolidation plans at community colleges and state schools other than UConn.

Some of the professors wore red T-shirts or held signs reading ‘Students First,’ followed by a question mark, referring to the name of the cost-cutting proposal. 184 more words


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


AKSU extends registration for students.

 This information cuts across all the students of Akwa-Ibom State University that the instituttion has extended course registration and other registration to last for one week and the deadline date is 17th of March, 2017 though the normal registration was closed on the 10th of March, 2017. 225 more words


Gombe State University Part-time Degree Admisison 2016/2017

This information cuts across all candidates who wish to be admitted into Gombe State University Part time Degree programme for 2016/2017 session. 305 more words