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Unfortunately, her family couldn’t afford to pay her tuition and expenses.
Guild works with companies to offer tuition reimbursement, online programs, and degrees to their employees.
Tuition resets — a one-time reduction in tuition usually accompanied by cuts in financial aid — are also on the table for some schools.
Nor will she have to pay full tuition for a remote or hybrid education.
In addition to paying tuition, these students help professors conduct research, teach undergraduates, and help retain top faculty.
“Roughly a third” of the tuition goes to instructors, according to one former coach who asked not to be named.
Now, tuition accounts for an average of 36 percent of their operating budgets.
And why has tuition risen so sharply at public universities?
The Branson School holds an elite reputation in tony Marin County, charging around $40,000 a year for tuition.
It covers kindergarten through 8th grade and has $3,825 annual tuition, but fundraising allows many to get $1,500 in tuition aid.
In short, Marcella had been too long under her tuition, to become a willing devotee to the monastic rites of the Romish Church.
He may, if he desires to assist himself, have recourse to literary labor, or to tuition.
Of course, their tuition fees—one hundred and seventy-five dollars each—for the year had been already paid.
There is no inducement to admit a pupil for the sake of the tuition fees, or for the purpose of adding to the number of scholars.
They very soon became expert swimmers, by the way, under my tuition.
On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tuition, such as: charge, expenditure, fee, instruction, lessons, and price.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.