Colleges Need Housing Money

Some folks have wondered why some colleges have chosen to open their dorm rooms this fall while they offer strictly remote instruction. Why would these schools risk the spread of COVID-19 on their campuses by inviting teenagers and early twenty-somethings who so often feel they’re invincible into their housing communities? … 

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College Tuition Should Be Frozen or Lowered for 2020-2021

Readers of our blog tend to be interested in the highly selective college admissions process. Maybe their child is applying to Ivy League schools this year or next. Maybe their child is in kindergarten and they’re just trying to get everything in order (oy vey!). Or maybe they believe that … 

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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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College Tuition

There was an interesting post by Stephen Dubner, author of “Freakonomics” and “SuperFreakonomics,” that questioned why university tuition goes up exponentially seemingly all the time. He questions why university tuition inflation is double the general rate of inflation and seeks to get to the bottom of this mystery. The “Freakonomics” … 

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