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Tuitions, List of: Private and Public Schools 2003-2004

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by docmemi, May 6, 2004.

  1. docmemi

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  3. DrWorkNeverDone

    DrWorkNeverDone Carters Mistress
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    the only prb i have with this is that it doesnt show how much money a private school gives to the student
     
  4. Woatalk

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    I wonder why University of Illinois Chicago is so darn expesive for out-of-staters. It's almost 10Gs more than the second most expensive school...intersting.
    Thanks Docmemi!
     
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    How come for the CA schools, the Fees are 15k, while for the other schools, the fees are all less than 5k?

    I guess the 0 tuition for CA schools makes up for it. What's the difference between fees and tuition anyways, aren't they the same thing?
     
  6. UseUrHeadFred

    UseUrHeadFred Oh no! It's a Wumpus!
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    Probably related to state taxes or other legislation.

    I just looked at the one for HPSP students. It said:

    All Schools $0 $0 $0 $0

    Just something to think about :)
     
  7. Gleevec

    Gleevec Peter, those are Cheerios
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    Yes, but Cali schools can say they have "Zero tuition" for state residents. What they dont say is that the fees are 15k or 20k or whatever they are now. :rolleyes:
     
  8. docmemi

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    when are the uc's going to tell us the new tuition??
     
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    WOW Albany takes the cake for priciest!

    So who do you think has the most expensive when cost of living, room, and board are added in?
     
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    I'd say that UColo is a bit more expensive at 69k/yr for non residents

    :D
     
  11. celticmists18

    celticmists18 california dreaming
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    The charter for the UC system says that the schools will provide a free education to residents (aka no tuition). but of course the state can't afford that so they instituted student fees . . . a "rose by any other name" kinda thing.
     

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