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

  • Article by: M.L. JOHNSON , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 24, 2013 - 2:10 AM

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. 24, 13 8:49 AM

$30k=$120k total just for tuition. The total cost including expenses would be around $200k. For a college no one has ever heard of. If I saw this on a persons resume I'd assume it was some small city college. If you're going to spend $200k on college, at least spend it somewhere a hiring manager would recognize.

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