Virginia colleges announcing steep tuition hikes
The University of Virginia announced today that tuition for in-state students will rise almost 10 percent. The decision comes a day after Virginia Commonwealth University announced its tuition will be rising 24 percent for in-state students.
California has seen massive student protests over tuition hikes. Could Virginia's politicians face political problems for the increases?
Read more on the Post's College Inc. blog,
April 30, 2010; 5:44 PM ET
Categories: Rosalind Helderman | Tags: Tuition, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University
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