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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.
THE (DEFERRED) CLASS OF 2020SANDYA KOLAAUGUST 9, 2020OZY
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.
Daly accepted the advice, along with a loan of $216 for tuition, at the University of Missouri-St.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS
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.
RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGEALICE B. EMERSON
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.

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