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Pennsylvania higher ed system gives colleges tuition control

April 8, 2019

The flexibility to set tuition is part of the three-phase redesign of Passhe, which has seen declining enrollment for the eighth-straight year, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Some colleges in the state have been harder hit than others; enrollment at Mansfield University has dropped by more than 50% since 2010.

The new “sharing system” will help Passhe shore up its finances by combining some administrative functions and offering course-sharing across institutions, including online, in an attempt to cut down on operating costs.

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