The College President Who Simply Won't Raise Tuition

Since 2013, Purdue University has frozen its annual tuition at $9,992, a stark contrast to the trend of ballooning costs at most U.S. institutions of higher education. The president has focused on savings generated from "a couple of big things, and lots of little things.” However, some have expressed concern that this model sacrifices too much and has changed the once-collaborative culture of the college.

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