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RE: NYTimes.com: College May Become Unaffordable for Most in U.S.
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- Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 17:50:01 EST
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But just to show you the differences even within the same conference, the Big Ten, Penn State gets just over 33% of its operating income from tuition and fees (the highest tuition of any major public university), but less than 10% from the state. Obviously, the two are interrelated. Penn State also claims, however, to return $22 in economic impact on the state for every dollar in state appropriations. Sandy Thatcher >It's interesting how tuition and fees can account for a >surprisingly small percentage of a university's income. The >University of Illinois, for example, gets only 15-16% of its >income from tuition and fees. Even more interestingly for a state >university, the state of Illinois only supplies about 30% of the >UI's income. > >Bernie Sloan >Sora Associates >Bloomington, IN
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