When the Excelsior Scholarship Program was announced, many believed it meant that the majority of students in New York state would now be able to attend college for free.
That’s not entirely the case, as we explain in our recent post about the program. And more details have emerged that should give pause to students and families depending on this program.
Being based in Western New York, we write a lot about the affordability and quality of schools in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. The SUNY system has been acclaimed for its high bang for the buck for both in-state and out-of-state students.
And a new list of rankings released by Business First backs up the assertion that SUNY colleges are among the best public colleges in the U.S.
The State University of New York (SUNY) system is moving forward with its plan to increase tuition once again, the Poughkeepsie Journal reports.
This week, SUNY leaders urged the state to support another round of tuition increases.
They are seeking an extension of the SUNY 2020 that took effect in 2011, which allowed every four-year SUNY college to raise tuition by up to $300 each year for five years.