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Originally posted by norouz1383!!!
i guess another question of mine is how much is USC's tuition going to rise over the next 4yrs as compared to NYU.
I think tuition wise USC is a bit more but it seems like with all the fees and stuff NYU has it could end up being more expensive. Especially if NYU raises their tuition. Is this true?
Originally posted by Mr. Rosewater
it'd be cool to live in the village for 4 years for 350/mo. if i had known NYU offered that, i would've applied.
Originally posted by Jalby
350 a month in Manhatten??? That's pretty friggen amazing if true. As for our tuition, it has held steady for as long as I can remember (5 years, at least) with about 200-300 tuition raises every year. We were the third most expensive school, now I think we are about 20th mostly because other schools have caught us. But we have a good foundation (forgot the name) so I wouldn't expect any tuition increases over the next four years. (Our financies are stable)