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Continued: $10,000 tuition cut pays off for St. Paul's Concordia University

  • Article by: MAURA LERNER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 31, 2013 - 10:08 PM

Next year, Concordia officials expect tuition to rise again by a small percent. “This isn’t a tuition freeze,” said LaMott. “That’s why we coined the word ‘reset.’ ”

For now, though, there are no regrets.

“This was the right move for a school like Concordia,” said Vogel. “But it may not be the right move for every school. In higher ed, we have a model where you increase tuition every year. I think it’s very hard for universities to break out of that mind-set.”


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