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Researching the Different Effects of Tuition Policies that Impact Enrollment

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Title: Researching the Different Effects of Tuition Policies that Impact Enrollment
Authors: Herzog, Serge
Stanley, John
Issue Date: Nov 2017
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: Herzog, S, & Stanley, J. (2017). Researching the Different Effects of Tuition Policies that Impact Enrollment. In Institutional Research Initiatives in Higher Education (pp. 187-204). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Abstract: Many states have tuition reciprocity agreements that allow residents to attend college in another state without having to pay out-of-state tuition. In addition to providing residents with affordable access to education, states avoid costly duplication of programs and facilities, and universities can direct their resources to improving academic quality. Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), for example, allows students in western states to enroll in participating two-year and four-year public colleges at a reduced tuition level (i.e., up to 150% of the institution’s regular resident tuition). In all cases, WUE tuition rates are considerably less than non-resident tuition rates (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 2013).
Description: This article is currently under an embargo by the publisher and will be available for public download after May 2019.

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Pages/Duration: 18 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10790/3499
Rights: Copyright © 2017 From Institutional Research Initiatives in Higher Education by Nicolas A. Valcick and Jeffrey Alan Johnson. Reproduced by permission of Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, a division of Informa plc.
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