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University Raises Tuition Nearly $10,000 Over Six-Year Span

Higher education bubble alert, and it’s a doozy. WTHN reports:

While Quinnipiac (University) is a great school with a prestigious reputation, like many schools, with the construction of new buildings (along with other escalating costs) comes higher tuition payments. … from 2008 to 2014 tuition has risen $9,770; that makes it almost $10,000 in tuition increases in only six years.

So in 2008-09, tuition was $30,900. This year, it’s $40,670.

We can tell you one thing, the quality of the education there, or the value of the degree, has not increased roughly 30 percent over the last six years. And in fact, it’s probably decreased.

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