Talk: How Would You React as a UDC Student?
The University of the District of Columbia is considering several changes, including ending its open-door policy for four-year students and raising tuition sharply. Some students will not let the changes come without a fight and there are plans to pitch tents and boycott classes tomorrow to protest the plan.
On Admissions 101 readers have been talking about the impact of a tighter student loan market, declining endowments, shrinking college saving plans and state funding cuts.
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| February 10, 2009; 10:50 AM ET
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