2010 Tuition Increase

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3 Responses to “2010 Tuition Increase”

  1. Jass Says:

    I blame it on the economy not the school.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    It is easy to say that we don’t want tuition increases, but there has to be a trade-off. Without an increase, do we make class sizes even bigger, limit parking/housing, or have more classes taught by less-qualified faculty? Texas taxpayers already pay most of the education costs for TWU students (tuition is only a small part of the overall cost). With the state’s financial problems, there will be less money from that source. So, feel free to say “no” to tuition increases – but explain what you want to give up in exchange.

  3. Lucky Says:

    Tuition should not be increased. Students have a hard enough time making ends meet without an increase to make this even harder.

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