Kansas University Tuition Spike Coming Soon

A headline that we missed this week that's important for parents and families in the aftermath of graduation season and even if Sunflower State schools offer the best value for the money.

Here's a peek at a longstanding financial aid problem and the NEXTGEN getting a dose of inflation probs as well . . . Check-it:

Leaders say the FASFA issues are far from the lone reason for the tuition increases. They cite inflation, staff recruitment and retention, and increasing student financial aid. The budget passed by the Kansas Legislature also didn’t include the full request from the state’s public universities.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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Kansas universities will discuss tuition hikes up to 6%

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For many Kansas students, financial aid delays are making it hard to plan for college

Some Kansas high school students are scrambling to decide on a college and pay tuition deposits after errors with the application process for federal student aid kept them waiting months longer than usual.

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