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tuition

the payment for instruction, esp in colleges or universities
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7 percent tuition increase, citing the inadequate opportunity for students to participate.
Not everyone has given up, but some of the top advocates for tuition regulation are already turning their sights to the 2017 session.
The tuition freeze and reduction will take effect beginning with the 2015 pre-summer session in May.
These students who have difficulty assimilating what is taught may then resort to tuition.
In addition to the unchanged tuition, ADU's merit-based masters level tuition policy offers students, who graduated from any institution with a minimum CGPA of 3.
Anjuan, an IT consultant, and Aneika, a college professor, plan to make installment payments over a 10-year period into the Texas Tuition Promise Fund, one of the state's three prepaid tuition plans.
The tuition increase, which was approved on a 3-2 vote, takes effect in the 201112 school year and means instate, full-time students will pay $3 more per credit hour, or $72 more per year.
ISLAMABAD: Mushroom growth of tuition centres in Rawalpindi and Islamabad leaves a big question mark over the credibility of educational institutions and teachers alike.
Undergraduate tuition and fees in the University of California system are expected to climb to $7,347 next school year under Gov.
They had set a maximum tuition discount rate (that is, the proportion of total tuition directed to financial aid) to keep the college within a "healthy" range.
Additional tuition and fee billings by nonspecial schools for additional "special school" types of service; and