Some Consequences of Differential Undergraduate Tuition Increases at UW-Madison
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Annual percentage increases in UW-Madison tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state undergraduates have typically been almost identical. But beginning in 1999, increases for the two rates were significantly different until falling back in synch in 2005. This presentation will highlight the consequences arising from this temporary anomaly in tuition rates and will explore what tuition ripple effects can reveal about our undergraduate admissions and financial aid systems, retention rates, and average time to degree.
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