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Private school wants to open in Yorktown Heights

The Maryel School is looking to establish its second location at 2405 Crompond Road in Yorktown Heights, in a former school it would be leasing from St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, which is located on the property.

UConn approves five-year, 23.3% tuition hike

UConn stressed the annual increases were significantly lower than the 2015 plan that raised in-state tuition by $950 for the 2019-20 semester.

Pace University’s James Sterngold distances school from college admissions scandal

James Sterngold said the silver lining in what he described as “the dark cloud” of the scandal was that it emphasized that a college degree is more important than ever before.

Tuition hike proposed for regional universities; community colleges next

A final vote on the proposed 5 percent increase at Danbury's Western Connecticut State and three other universities will take place on March 28.

Greenwich’s Eagle Hill School tops list of expensive local private schools

The annual tuition for the Greenwich-based Eagle Hill School is $68,390, making it the most expensive private school in Fairfield County.

Latino Scholarship Fund seeks to expand its mission

“Our goal more recently is to have a higher monetary amount per scholarship and have a longer impact,” said Abigail Kopp, fund president.

CT not likely to follow NY with free public college tuition...

Connecticut business and political leaders discuss the pros and cons of the state doing as New York did this month and offering free tuition for eligible students at public colleges and universities.

Murphy and Blumenthal introduce bill for tuition-free public colleges

U.S. Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut have joined their Vermont colleague U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in introducing legislation that would make public...

County budget would keep WCC tuition flat

The county executive submitted a budget proposal that could keep the tuition rate flat for 14,000 students at Westchester Community College.

College must account for itself

With increased costs come questions of value

Tuition increases likely as higher education funding drops

As Connecticut continues to tighten its belt when it comes to funding higher education, an increase in tuition is likely on the horizon at the state’s colleges and universities.

New Jewish school offers affordable alternative to rising tuition costs

Westchester Torah Academy is a Jewish day school set to open in September offering a sustainable education alternative within the Jewish community for an affordable price.

Conn. tuition hikes in check

Compared to many states, Connecticut has kept is public college and university tuition hikes largely in check according to a new study.

County legislators approve WCC 2012-2013 budget

The county Board of Legislators Monday unanimously approved a $121 million budget for the college's 2012-2013 fiscal year.