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Proposed N.J. Cap On College Tuition Faces Stiff Resistance

24 March 2014 5 views No Comment

“A bill to mandate a fixed-rate four-year tuition at the state’s colleges and universities would, if made into law, put New Jersey in the vanguard of states trying the tactic in an effort to hold down college costs,” The Record reports. “The trend is still small, with less than 7 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities offering fixed-rate plans last year, according to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.”

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