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Author(s):Baum, S., and Lapovsky, L
Title:Tuition discounting: Not just a private college practice
Short Description:Demonstrates the extent to which 2- and 4-year public colleges are participating in tuition discounting practices to attract talented students regardless of financial need.
Annotation:Public colleges have traditionally made a strong commitment to provding financial access for needy students. This study demonstrates the extent to which 2- and 4-year public colleges are straying from this commitment and are participating in tuition discounting practices to attract talented students regardless of students' financial need.
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Associated Keywords:
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
Merit-based Aid
Need-based Aid
Private Colleges

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