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Author(s):Redd, K
Title:Discounting toward disaster: Tuition discounting, college finances, and enrollments of low-income undergraduates
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Date:2000
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Short Description:Focuses on the practice of tuition discounting, and addresses growing concern among higher education analysts over its increasing use in college institutions.
Annotation:Many private colleges and universities practice tuition discounting to meet their enrollment and revenue goals. Under tuition discounting plans, colleges provide institutionally funded grants to undergraduates to help them pay all or a portion of their tuition and fee charges. This research and policy analysis focuses on the practice of tuition discounting, and addresses growing concern among higher education analysts over its increasing use in college institutions.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Enrollment
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
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