Monday, February 23, 2009

Hey Graham, Can You Beat This?

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that
Carnegie Mellon University today announced a 2.94 percent increase in undergraduate tuition, the smallest increase in 34 years.

What can Penn State undergrads expect next year?

"It is not a good time to try to raise tuition any more than even a fraction of a percent over what was proposed," [Spanier] said. "It would come at a time when it is harder than ever for the families of our students to cope with that."

The proposed increase, voted on at the Sept. 19 Penn State Board of Trustees meeting, would raise tuition by 4.5 percent for out-of-state students and 5.5 percent for in-state students at University Park for the 2009-10 academic year.

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