Monday, October 12, 2015

Getting an education at bargain basement price? Two colleges say yes - Trent Gillies, CNBC

Bucking the trend of annual tuition increases, two small private liberal arts colleges are actually cutting tuition next year — by more than 40 percent. Utica College in New York and Rosemont College in Pennsylvania are calling it a "tuition reset," and attempting to show that good education and affordability aren't necessarily mutually exclusive. Starting next fall, Utica is cutting tuition from about $34,000 this year, to just under $20,000. Meanwhile, Rosemont is dropping its tuition from the current $33,000 to $18,500 next year.

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