According to reports, the main reason tuition has been rising so much is that colleges have had to make up for reductions in the per-student subsidy state taxpayers sent colleges.
Increases in spending have been driven mostly by higher administration, maintenance, and student services costs.
Sep 22, 2014 ... Bureaucracy and pricey campus amenities push up costs, former Labor ...
Schools' spending correlates to how much students pay to attend.
Jun 16, 2015 ... With student debt outstanding topping 1.2 trillion, parents, students and
researchers are asking: Why does college cost so much? Here are ...
Much of what is written about colleges and universities ties rapidly rising tuition to
dysfunctional behavior in the academy. Common targets of dysfunction include ...
Apr 4, 2015 ... The Real Reason College Tuition Costs So Much ... large increase in public
spending a “cut,” as some university administrators do, because a ...
Oct 14, 2013 ... So we asked The Experts: What explains the high, and rising, cost of college in
the U.S.? This discussion relates to a recent Journal Report ...
Dec 2, 2011 ... College costs too much, both for students and for society as a whole, says
Richard Vedder, and higher education is ripe for innovation.
many observers to wonder why tuition needed ... the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation, attributed tuition ... do so, because the economic return to attending
Nov 17, 2010 ... Much of what is written about colleges and universities ties rapidly rising tuition to
dysfunctional behavior in the academy. Common targets of ...
Aug 12, 2010 ... At this time of year many rising high school seniors are visiting college campuses
, trying to determine which schools interest them.