Inside Higher Ed reports that quite a few public universities will increase tuition by double-digits next year, brought on by revenue shortfalls as state budgets are slashed. Increases of 15, 20, and even 30 percent could be in store for some of the country’s biggest university systems. There is some good news toward the end of the article as it spotlights states that have held increases in check. Overall, though, higher education’s economic woes seem to be worsening.
What are your campuses doing to cope with these financial pressures?
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