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Author(s):Davis, J
Title:Unintended consequences of tuition discounting
Source:http://www.luminafoundation.org/publications/Tu...
Date:2003
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Short Description:Examines unintended consequences of tuition discounting, such as loss of net revenues and reductions in student accessibility and affordability.
Annotation:This report examines unintended consequences of tuition discounting, such as loss of net revenues, reduction in student accessibility and affordability, and fiscal dangers for colleges and universities.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
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Financial Aid

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