Aug 26, 2015

Tuition Discount Rates Rise Again, Signaling Potential Challenges for Private Colleges - Students - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Even though the colleges kicked in more grant aid, only about half of them were able to bring in more freshmen than the year before, according to an annual survey.

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