Are College Tuition Increases Linked to Student Financial Stress?

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2019-01-01
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Bartholomae, Suzanne
Gudmunson, Clinton
Ray, Sara
Ray, Rebecca
Gudmunson, Clinton
Gilligan, Megan
Gilligan, Megan
Bartholomae, Suzanne
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Human Development and Family Studies
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Discussion about the price of attending college occurs within and outside the university setting. Tuition increases are an important topic in political debates and on the floors of state legislatures; however, little is known empirically about the impact of tuition increases on college students’ well-being. This study examines the impact of college tuition increases on enrolled college students’ financial stress.

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This proceedings is published as Sara Ray, Rebecca Ray, Clinton Gudmunson, Megan Gilligan, Suzanne Bartholomae; Are College Tuition Increases Linked to Student Financial Stress? Consumer Interests Annual, 65 (2019);1-2. Posted with permission.

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