Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Enrollment levels off at SUNY schools - Joseph Spector, WGRZ

As students at the State University of New York head back to class, they will be doing so with fewer classmates and higher tuition. Enrollment at the 64 SUNY campuses has dropped 3.5 percent over the past five years, with the biggest dropoff at its 30 community colleges, a review of records by Gannett's Albany Bureau showed. At the same time, tuition has increased 30 percent since 2010 to $6,470 a year for incoming freshmen this fall.

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