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College tuition in Virginia is going up 5 percent this yea
"In-state students across Virginia’s public colleges will pay an average of 5 percent more for tuition and mandatory fees this year, reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"Those undergraduate students will pay between $9,056 (Virginia State University) and $23,400 (the College of William & Mary) in tuition and mandatory fees for the coming academic year, with tuition rising an average of $612, according to this year’s State Council of Higher Education tuition report."
A SCHEV report: Rising tuition and fees continue to affect students and families
RICHMOND — In-state undergraduate students at Virginia's four-year universities can expect to pay anywhere between $9,056 and $23,400 in tuition and all mandatory fees for the 2018-19 academic year. Students at Virginia’s two-year institutions will pay $4,620 at the Community Colleges and $8,100 at Richard Bland College. Read more >>
A Diverse Skill Set: New President’s Background Combines Liberal Arts and Technology
"Katherine Rowe, the newly inaugurated 28th president of the College of William & Mary, is a veteran college administrator, a Renaissance literature scholar and the co-founder of a digital media company," reports Virginia Business
UVA’s New President Takes Office
"August 1 marked James E. Ryan's first day as the ninth president of the University of Virginia. A first-generation college graduate himself, Ryan took "office with an ambition to help UVA move into its third century as a service-oriented public institution by building on its fundamental values and strengths," reports News Radio WINA
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