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private school

a school under the financial and managerial control of a private body or charitable trust, accepting mostly fee-paying pupils
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The courses were developed and the professors chosen based on their relevance to issues faced by leaders in private college settings.
It's so wonderful that Eckerd College is joining our program during National College Savings Month," said Nancy Farmer, president of Private College 529 Plan.
Approximately 15 per cent of private colleges and universities are projecting declines in net tuition revenue for FY 2011, following FY 2010 when 15 per cent of private institutions reported actual declines; the 15 per cent level is much higher than the three to five per cent level of years prior to 2009.
In particular, the likelihood of enrollment at a highly selective private college (compared to a highly selective public college) decreases by about 98% for low-income students compared to high-income students.
The association head called on the government to abolish the interview process for private college students and make the authentication of students' documents easier, quicker and less costly so as not to make it prohibitive.
With a full-time ten month employee committed to alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, Urban Private College was well positioned to respond to a call for proposals related to implementing an evidence-based program.
This means that financial aid for private college students is, in most cases, an absolute necessity.
Hastings' direct payment of Sally's tuition to Private College qualifies as educational assistance under the qualified EAP even though it is not directly related to her current job, and, in fact, qualifies her for a new trade or business.
Furthermore, Malaysia is developing a strong system of private colleges, such as Sunway College in Kuala Lumpur.
The private college has been one of these associations from the beginning of the colonies.
It held that tax aid could not go to pervasively sectarian colleges and provided a tool for measuring how sectarian a private college is.
Depending upon how much need a student has, the actual price of attending a private college can sometimes be competitive with what he or she would pay in the public sector.