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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Three Law Schools Freeze Tuition

National Law Journal, Three Law Schools Freeze Tuition Rates:

Annual law school tuition increases of between 3% and 10% are usually a given, but at least three schools have announced tuition freezes for the coming academic year.

  • Ave Maria ($35,948)
  • Maryland ($23,744 in-state; $35,023 out-of-state)
  • New Hampshire ($39,900)
The University of Miami School of Law froze tuition this year and will again keep tuition the same at $37,418 for all current students next academic year. Incoming students will pay an additional $1,500 in tuition.

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Akin to Obama's freeze on discretionary spending.

Let's all applaud a "freeze" at absurd, utterly unjustifiable levels.

Definitely worthy of a golf clap and the finger.

Posted by: cas127 | Feb 26, 2011 1:59:56 PM