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tuition fees

A fee paid to an institution for instruction. In common parlance, tuition fees are those paid to a university or professional school. Tuition fees were introduced by the government in 1998 for students entering higher education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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This Thursday and Friday, the board is set to vote on a resolution to board policy that would require student input early on - before the tuition and fee advisory board nears its deliberation on tuition increases that becomes a recommendation to the university president.
Senate Bill 778 by Senate Higher Education Committee Chairman Kel Seliger, R-Amarillo, would have required colleges to meet a series of performance metrics before they could raise tuition.
For the Staten Island Campus: The tuition for all current and incoming undergraduate students will be reduced by $10,370.
Tuition classes nowadays are no longer confined to small groups of students.
The move is in stark contrast to the escalating tuition costs experienced at popular destinations like the US, where tuition fees have increased by as much as 32 per cent.
Prepaid tuition plans benefit parents who don't want to worry about how fast tuition rises in the future.
Wyoming tuition currently is about 66 percent compared to colleges in surrounding states, according to commission staff.
Talking to Daily Times, President Teacher's Association Professor Qasim Masood said poor economic conditions of the teachers compel them to launch tuition centers.
The measure assumes state government would fund any shortcomings, but also means that if the rate of return on the investment exceeds tuition increases the state would reap the benefit.
The trustees increased its tuition costs for the upcoming year by nearly 10 percent, without input from the enrollment team, and announced that it needed a significantly larger incoming class of 700 freshmen to serve a budgetary need.
75302 and 75-303 may provide limited guidance in this regard, although the applicability of these rulings to the prepayment of special school tuition is not entirely clear (as they dealt with prepayments for future lifetime care).
3 million veterans to college, the $500 given to each student for annual tuition covered the cost of education at nearly every school in America.