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International Student Requirements
Rose-Hulman Sports
International students add to the rich cultural and educational texture of the Institute. There are two types of ... Transfer admission is for those students who have graduated from secondary school and are enrolled in a college or university. A ...


U.S. News & World Report

Explore Loan Options for International Students
U.S. News & World Report
Some U.S. schools offer generous financial aid packages to international undergraduate students. Among the 50 colleges and universities that gave the most financial aid to international students for the 2015-2016 school year, the average award size was ...


Duke Today

As international students look for work, visa rules shape their experiences
Duke Today
Top-tier schools often wield big endowments and can offer more financial aid—a huge bonus for less-wealthy students or anyone deciding whether such a geographical shift is “worth it.” (Duke doesn't guarantee funding for international undergrads ...


Inside Higher Ed

Survey of more than 1,100 U.S. colleges looks at state of ...
Inside Higher Ed
Survey finds progress in comprehensive internationalization efforts. The top two priority activities for colleges are sending U.S. students abroad and recruiting ...

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The Mercury News

Draw of Silicon Valley stronger than fear of Trump for international students
The Mercury News
Fears that Donald Trump's election would drive a decline in the number of international students who want to study at American universities appear to be overblown, at least in the Bay Area. While four in 10 schools nationally say they've seen a drop in ...


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

State auditor knocks PSU's tuition increases
Williamsport Sun-Gazette
HARRISBURG (AP) — Penn State University needs to do more to address its “skyrocketing” tuition rates and spiking enrollment of out-of-state and international students, compared to in-state student enrollment, the state's elected fiscal watchdog said ...
Audit: Penn State most expensive public university in Big Ten conferenceTribune-Review

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WBUR

Calculator Seeks To Help Prospective Students Understand The True Cost Of College
WBUR
"By my calculation, something like 90 percent of households in the United States would qualify for financial aid, which would bring their price down below the $70,000 or the big numbers that you typically hear," says Wellesley economics professor ...


New enrollment management unit announced: Enrollment Information Services
UW Today
Prior to January 2017, Enrollment Management consisted of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Office of Student Financial Aid, Office of the University Registrar, International Student Services, and Finance and Administration. After a two-year ...


BusinessBecause

Political Shifts See Potential International Students Turning Their Backs on The US And UK
BusinessBecause
With funding a known issue for potential students and other regions becoming more competative, one way the report suggests US and UK schools can stay desirable by ensuring they offer value, financial aid and scholarships alongside their high-level ...


Greenville News

Clemson, BJU ranked best higher education options in the state
Greenville News
1, despite high tuition, for the overall net cost to students once financial is included. "Although its sticker price is higher than that of other schools on this list, Clemson is more affordable once financial aid is factored in," the study said ...

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