Tuition Can't Keep Pace With Inflation as Colleges StruggleBy
Schools expect 3% or less revenue increase, Moody's says
Universities offer tuition discounts to attract students
The growth in revenue that universities get from tuition is barely keeping pace with inflation, with many forced to offer deep discounts to attract students, Moody’s Investors Service said.
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