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Busting the Myths about Private Colleges

NAICU debunks the major myths surrounding private nonprofit colleges and universities. Visit to get the facts!

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Private Colleges Focus on Affordability

New campus affordability measures are helping to keep students' and families' out-of-pocket costs as low as possible. Tuition cuts and freezes, three-year degree programs, and more. Complete list



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The NAICU Headline News Service provides capsule summaries of the latest higher education news. We include a broad range of stories, but emphasize those of interest to the private college and university community. We also seek out opinion pieces, columns, and blog postings that reflect the widest spectrum of views on higher education issues, and highlight local stories with potential national implications.

The service is available, at no charge, to NAICU members, nonmembers, and others interested in tracking higher education news. The e-mail version is sent daily around mid-day Eastern time, typically seven days a week. It's also available via Twitter, Facebook, and RSS. Feeds give a capsule overview of news items, with links to the full stories.

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