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Gioiosa, Marie Elaine – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2017
Students and their families evaluate net price when determining whether they can afford a college. But what affects net price? There are factors, such as instructional inefficiencies, administrative expenses, federal financial aid, and state appropriations, that have been noted in the literature that have an impact on costs and tuition. This study…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Universities, Tuition, Paying for College
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Reinoehl, Jason K.; Kowalski, Theodore J. – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2015
Tuition discounting is a tactic deployed by many private four-year institutions as a means for enhancing either tuition revenue or institutional image. This study examines associations between "socioeconomic diversity" and two aspects of institutional grants--"freshman discount rate" and "freshman grant recipient discount…
Descriptors: Tuition, Higher Education, Correlation, Socioeconomic Status
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Williams, David S., II – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2014
An increased amount of energy and effort has been focused on higher education and degree attainment in the United States. President Obama has recently tied the Pell grants into the discussion as a central point in his proposed system of higher education accountability. However, the influence of the Pell grant on degree production has not been…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Attainment, Grants, Accountability