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Schools Offer In-State Tuition Deals to Out-of-State Students


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MagnetMom January 14, 2009


I know that University of Nevada, Reno offers a similar program to residents of certain California counties, and I believe it might be the entire state now.  It gave us a reason to consider the school more seriously.


However, in the end, California still has ridiculously low tuition at its state universities.


Would in-state tuition offers make you consider an out-of-state school more seriously?


Read the article here: http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2009-01-12-in-state-out_N.htm


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healthy11 January 14, 2009


It would have been a serious consideration for us. In fact, we seriously considered a public university in an adjacent state (the school would only be a 3-hr. drive from where we live) but out-of-state tuition was more than we're paying for an in-state private university, after scholarships were given. (We do have a couple of good in-state colleges, but they're more than a 3-hour drive away, and our son didn't want to be that far.)



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