Winter for Higher-Ed
More Schools Feeling Tuition Squeeze
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  • Andrew Allison

    “Schools such as Converse and Ashland are counting on higher enrollments to make up for lost tuition revenue” is an unsubstantiated assumption. Is it not conceivable that they have recognized that tuition has outpaced its value?
    My guess is that they are either going to find ways to reduce costs to match the reduced income (thereby putting more Ph.D’s onto the job market) or go out of business.

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