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College Board: Trends in College Pricing

The College Board has released its latest report, Education Pays, outlining the importance of pursuing a college education.

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Are Historically Black Colleges Short-Changed Financially?

The Morrill Act of 1862 allowed the creation of land-grant colleges, state-designated institutions of higher education that include many of today’s large public universities and a few private universities such as Cornell and MIT.

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Has the College Expense Bubble Burst?

Last week, SayCampusLife.com shared with our readers the trend toward improved tuition discounting at private colleges and universities.

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College Value List May Surprise You

Tweet Jaw dropping annual higher education costs in excess of $40,000 and even $50,000 or more has many middle class families wondering how their sons and daughters will be able


Are Public Ivies Really Worth It?

Tweet The term “public ivy” was coined by Richard Moll in his 1985 book, “Public Ivys: A Guide to America’s best public undergraduate colleges and universities,” wherein he recognized that

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Politicians Squabble Over New G.I. Bill

Tweet A new GI bill is in the works, but just how it’ll look when its finally approved remains to be seen. Currently, Democrats and Republicans are debating what sort