Posts Tagged ‘Tuition’

Who Wants to Pay for My Degree? NYU and the Growing Cost of Higher Education

Written by NYPress on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

By Laurent Berstecher It is no secret: going to college is becoming an increasingly expensive choice. NYU’s recent tuition hike for 2012-13 is simply following the trend, as the average cost of attending college in the United States has increased tenfold in the past 60 years. In 1950, a year at NYU would have cost [&hellip
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NYU Undergrad Tuition Fees Rise Again

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Breaking News, Education, News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

New York – On June 4th 2012, New York University’s undergrads received some bad news. In a long email from NYU president John Sexton, attentive readers noticed that the school is planning to increase its tuition by 3.8% for the 2012-13 academic year. At first glance, the email seems to be a 2000-ish words lyrical [&hellip
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Written by admin on . Posted in Education

For any teenager bound for higher education, it is always a relief to receive acceptance letters from various schools. Yet, for all the advice that shows how to create a standout application, there is little that addresses what to do when the hard work pays off: How does one evaluate and select the right college [&hellip
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At Private Schools, Little Financial Impact

Written by admin on . Posted in News West Side Spirit

This past winter, plunging financial markets combined with steady tuition increases seemed destined to spur flight from independent schools. But according to officials at the National Association of Independent Schools and several city private schools—where tuition ranges between $28,000 and $36,000 per year—applications remain steady, even as financial aid requests from current families have increased
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Written by admin on . Posted in Special Sections

Tuition figures, which are provided directly by the preschool programs, represent the highest and lowest fees charged for their services and reflect various ages and amounts of care. Programs may range from two half-days a week to five full days a week, and programs may charge by the week, by the month or by a [&hellip
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