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August 24, 2012

Private University Experiments with 4-Year Tuition Guarantee

University of Evansville announces four-year price freeze on tuition.

July 31, 2012

Survey Finds Economy Shaping Choices in Higher Ed.

Surveys show students picking up larger percentage of college costs, while higher education business officials reflect little change ahead for funding model

July 24, 2012

Standard College Aid Award Letter Designed to Help Consumers

U.S. Department of Education and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau release final award letter template for voluntary use by colleges and universities.

July 10, 2012

New Information Available on Higher Education Funding Database

New America Foundation's Federal Education Budget Project releases new information for its education funding database.

July 06, 2012

Students Celebrate Loan-Interest Win, But Brace for Other Changes

President is expected to permanently sign into law lower student loan interest rates, but borrowers eligibility is limited on other fronts.

June 12, 2012

Dept. of Education Updates College-Cost List

U.S. Department of Education releases new college cost lists on the College Affordability and Transparency Center.

June 05, 2012

Higher Education Leaders Agree to Cost Transparency

Leaders from 10 higher education systems agree to new transparency model in communicating with students after a meeting with Obama administration officials today.

June 01, 2012

New College Savings Accounts for Disadvantaged Students Launched

U.S. Department of Education announces a $8.7 million College Savings Account Research Demonstration Project to help students in GEAR UP program pay for higher education.

May 30, 2012

Canadians Mark Day 100 of Protests Over Tuition Hikes

Canadian students turn out in thousands to protest tuition hikes.

May 30, 2012

Report Criticizes Partnerhips Between Colleges and Banks

US PIRG issues report critical of colleges entering relationships with banks that leave students with high fees.

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