Tuition Reduction/Reset

 

2019-2020

Albright College 
(Reading, PA)
45 percent reduction in tuition, from $44,206 to $24,500 for fall 2019
Capital University
(Columbus, OH)
50 percent tuition reduction for incoming undergraduates whose families have chosen mission-centered careers through nonprofit and public-service work under the Good Guarantee program  

Elizabethtown College
(Elizabethtown, PA)

32 percent tuition reduction from $46,940 to $32,000
Elmira College
(Elmira, NY)
15 percent tuition reduction to $35,400 from $41,900 
St. John's College
(Sante Fe, NM & Annapolis, MD)
32 percent tuition reduction in annual tuition from $52,000 to $35,000


2018-19

Avila University
(Kansas City, MO):

33 percent tuition reduction
Benedict College
(Columbia, SC) 
reducing cost of attendance by $5,830 to $22,800
Birmingham-Southern College
(Birmingham, AL)
50 percent reduction in tuition and fees  
Canisius College
(Buffalo, NY)
23 percent reduction in tuition and a $2,000 reduction in residence hall rates
Mills College
(Oakland, CA)
36 percent reduction in tuition
Sweet Briar College
(Sweet Briar, VA)
32 percent reduction in tuition, room, board and fees
University of Detroit Mercy
(Detroit, MI)
32 percent reduction in tuition
University of Sioux Falls
(Sioux Falls, SD)
35.6 percent decrease applies to full-time undergraduate tuition
University of the Sciences (Philadelphia, PA) 37 percent reduction, freezes tuition for entering cohort
Warner Pacific University
(Portland, OR)
24 percent or $5,880 reduction in tuition and fees starting
this fall. 


2017-18

College of St. Mary 
(Omaha, NE)
 33 percent reduction
Immaculata University (Immaculata, PA) 25 percent reduction

LaSalle University
(Philadelphia, PA)

29 percent reduction
Marian University
(Fond du Lac, WI)
 $910 reduction in annual tuition rate 


2016-17

Burlington College
(Burlington, VT)
9 percent reduction  [Closed May 2016]
Rosemont College 
(Bryn Mawr, PA)
43 percent for freshmen
University of Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT) reduced tuition for in-state students to $18,500
University of St. Joseph
(West Hartford, CT)
29 percent reduction in room and board
Utica College 
(Utica, NY)
42 percent for freshmen


2014-15

Ashland University 
(Ashland, OH)
$10,000 or 37 percent
Ohio Northern University (Ada, OH) 20-25 percent depending on major
Seton Hall University
(South Orange, NJ)
reduced tuition to $22,500 for freshmen.
Southern Virginia University (Buena Vista, VA) reduced tuition by 23 percent


2013-14

Alaska Pacific University 
(Anchorage, AK)
32.6 percent
Converse College
(Spartanburg, SC)
43 percent
Belmont Abbey College
(Belmont, NC)
33 percent
Concordia University
(St. Paul, MN)
33 percent 
 

2012-13

Burlington College 
(Burlington, VT)
25 percent discount for summer semester
 
Cabrini College 
(Radnor, PA)
12.5 percent
Duquesne University 
(Pittsburgh, PA)
50-percent discount on tuition and fees
Lincoln College 
(Lincoln/Normal, IL)
24/28 percent at Lincoln and Normal campuses
Regent University 
(Virginia Beach, VA)
20 percent for online undergraduate
Seton Hall University 
(South Orange, NJ)
$21,000 for high achieving students
University of Charleston 
(Charleston, WV)
22 percent for freshmen and transfer students.
William Peace University 
(Raleigh, NC)
7.7 percent.

 
2011-12

Beis Medrash Heichal Dovid
(Far Rockaway, NY)
 20 percent
Bluefield College 
(Bluefield, VA)
25 percent for working adults
Brewton-Parker College 
(Ailey, GA)
22 percent
Davis College 
(Johnson City, NY)
22 percent
Sewanee: The University of the South 
(Sewanee, TN)
10 percent
Urbana University 
(Urbana, OH)
 50 percent for online intersession courses
 

2010-11
None

2009-10

Davis & Elkins College (Elkins, WV): 1 percent
William Jessup University (Rocklin, CA): 2.5 percent

 

 


 
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