A Public Mimics Its Private Peers

April 22, 2013

As public colleges in most states have seen their per-student funding drop in recent years, many of them have responded in now-familiar ways: increasing the number of out-of-state students and sharply ratcheting up tuition. The latter strategy has drawn the ire of policy makers, leading many of the state universities that have announced tuition prices for the 2014 fiscal year to limit the size of increases, if not to freeze the rates entirely.

Article Source: Inside Higher Ed