Small but growing number of colleges offer fixed-rate tuition to help students plan expenses

  • Article by: M.L. JOHNSON , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 23, 2013 - 12:48 PM

MILWAUKEE — Freshmen at Northland College, a small Wisconsin liberal arts school known for its environmental focus, will pay no more than $30,450 in tuition next year. They'll pay the same the following year. And the year after that.

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pitythefoolsDec. 23, 13 4:49 PM

$30k=$120k plus expenses or probably $200k total, for a degree from a little known college. If I were the hiring manager I'd look at the resume and assume it was from some small town school. What a waste of money! If you're going to pay that much, at least go somewhere that has a known name!

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dakmarknetDec. 23, 13 6:28 PM

Unfortunately for students who will receive Federal govt tuition loans, those loans now will be similar to an ARM (adjustable rate mortgage.) Thanks to Rep. John kline who pushed through new student loan guidelines students will be able to pay more in interest on their loans for the 10 years they have them.

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