Tuition at Brown University

Tuition at Brown University is — unsurprisingly — on the rise. We only write unsurprisingly because tuition goes up every year but Brown University is certainly not the only school where this trend is the case. It’s the case across the board. But tell us something we don’t know, Ivy … 

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Free Tuition at Harvard is Preposterous

There is a very interesting piece in today’s “New York Times” by Stephanie Saul entitled “A Push to Make Harvard Free Also Questions the Role of Race in Admissions” that we figured we’d comment on. The piece focuses on a conservative advocate (is that a job?) by the name of … 

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Expensive College Tuition Costs

Katie Lobosco of “CNN Money” reports that the single most expensive college to attend in America — based on tuition and fees alone (not including room and board) is…Landmark College. It’s a small, private school in the state of Vermont that specializes in teaching students with learning disabilities. But most … 

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Cost of College Tuition

With the cost of college tuition only rising over the years, more and more students are graduating in serious debt. So what ¬†does a school like, say, the University of California, Los Angeles have to say for itself when its students need five years to graduate. And why do they … 

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Most Expensive Colleges

“Campus Grotto” has released its annual list of the most expensive colleges. So which university tops the list? That distinction belongs to…Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. With a total cost of $61,236 (total tuition includes tuition, fees, as well as room and board), the alma mater of journalist … 

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College Admissions and Student Debt

Tonight is the presidential debate. Romney vs. Obama. The big showdown. One issue that could potentially come up is rising student debt as these students graduate from four-year universities and enter the working world (or mommy and daddy’s basement in many cases). While we never thought we’d discuss a “Gawker” … 

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College Rankings and Tuition

Do you think that universities risk losing the interest of potential students by raising tuition? If you think this to be true, you’d be incorrect. If you think the principles of economics hold true for American higher education at the most prestigious universities in America, you’d be incorrect. At these … 

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Ivy League Debts

It’s difficult not to hear about rising student debts during these tough economic times. But what’s the data like for Ivy League graduates, you ask? According to The Institute for College Access & Success, among the Ivy League colleges (excluding Columbia since they did not participate in this survey), the … 

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