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Arizona universities promise not to raise tuition in 2015

Published in Arcadia News in March 2015


Jan. 29, 2015

Arizona State University President Michael M. Crow said there would be no tuition increases this year, during a presentation at the Arizona State Capitol Thursday. 589 more words

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University of Oregon Fall 2014 Campus Visit

The stand-out features I observed on the tour were the facilities; academic and athletic. There was a mix of old, traditional buildings (some as old as late 19th century), and new, state of the art facilities.  1,004 more words

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Evergreen State College: Fiske Guide vs. Kristen's Campus Visit

Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA

Ever since reading about The Evergreen State College in the Fiske Guide to Colleges I’ve been intrigued and wanted to visit. 645 more words

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Restore cuts to budgets of 59 SUCs, Poe urges Congress By: Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com

by Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com

MANILA, Philippines — Senator Grace Poe urged Congress on Friday to restore the budget cuts of 59 state universities and colleges in the 2016 national expenditure program. 199 more words

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Kansas regents hold tuition, fee increases to 3.6 percent

WICHITA, Kansas – The Kansas Board of Regents is limiting increases in tuition and fees at state universities this fall to 3.6 percent after strictly interpreting a cap imposed by the Legislature. 106 more words


College Decision Day!

Today is College Decision Day!

The time is now if you are attending one of the more prestigious schools. Hopefully you have researched the college, and visited the campus. 156 more words

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Board Of Governors Freezes Tuition At State-Owned Universities, But There's A Catch

HARRISBURG, Pa. (KDKA) – By a narrow 9-to-8 vote, the board of governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has frozen tuition for the coming academic year for students attending one of the 14 state-owned universities. 270 more words