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Factors that motivate Hispanic donors to philanthropically support higher education
Hispanic enrollments and graduation rates in higher education are increasing and Hispanics, therefore, constitute an increasing number of college and university alumni/ae. The philanthropic attitudes and practices of ...
The response of undergraduate credit hour loads to the SUNY tuition increase of fall 2003 and the effects of financial aid programs on the credit hour response at the University at Buffalo
In recent years, in the public institutions of higher education the share of total costs covered by public appropriations has declined, while the share covered by tuition and fees has increased. High individual pay-offs ...
Cost sharing and access in Moroccan higher education: Perceptions and attitudes of opinion leaders, students and families
This research study focuses on the public university education in Morocco after the implementation of financial reform of the stipend grant in 1993 which has no longer guaranteed the stipend to all entrants to higher ...