Jul 5, 2023 ·
Chris Corrigan ·
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In my last article for the Martin Center, I outlined how increasing tuition discounts are indicative of a looming financial crisis for many colleges and universities. Tuition discounting and a … Continue reading “How to Cut Costs on Campus”
Dec 20, 2021 ·
Jay Schalin ·
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“Almost all students cite getting a better job as a primary reason for attending college,” writes Preston Cooper in the opening paragraph of his new study, entitled Is College Worth … Continue reading “Let the Buyer Beware!”
Nov 19, 2014 ·
Robert Iosue ·
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Many college leaders speak as though the upward cost spiral is permanent and unavoidable. From experience, I can say thatâ€™s not true.
Tuition increases at American colleges began in earnest in the 1960s and ’70s, when I was a mathematics professor and later dean at C.W. Post College. The first changes driving the increases were the reductions in teaching loads.