Friday, October 28, 2005

Farish addresses rising tuition; Rowan's future

"Farish pointed out that Rowan has the second-highest tuition rate for public state universities and that New Jersey ranks 45th in higher-education investment.

'Tuition is so high because state funding is so low,' Farish said.

This evidence was presented by Farish when he testified before the state's Senate Education Committee earlier this year.

'Oddly, this testimony was not received well by the Senate committee,' Farish quipped.

Farish identified private giving as a key to slowing the rise in tuition."


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