HIGHER (cost of) EDUCATION: Students' college burden continues to rise in Indiana

With state funding flat and operating expenses rising, Indiana's public universities are turning to a familiar source to make up the difference-students. Tuition and mandatory fees at state institutions are set to climb an average of 5 percent next school year and higher in 2006-2007, if proposed rates stand. That's a far cry from the double-digit increases most universities imposed just a few years ago, but observers say it's worrisome nonetheless. "Tuition has been rising at twice the rate of...

 

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