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College cuts its tuition by 33%

29 November 2012 8 views No Comment

“William Thierfelder, president of Belmont Abbey College, says that most students are so discouraged with what he calls the “sticker price” of higher education that they don’t even consider applying to a school they think is beyond their families’ means. So Belmont Abbey is taking a different approach: The college has announced that it is “resetting” its tuition, reducing it by 33% next fall for incoming freshmen and transfer students,” CNN reports.


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