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You are right on, KRichards. There is a HUGE difference between cost to the university and lost revenue, and this fits into the latter, though KU would have us believe it's the former. There is NO COST TO THE UNIVERSITY for allowing increased faculty/staff/family access to courses, only revenue not realized. How is it that smaller schools, such as Avila University in Kansas City, can afford much more generous tuition "assistance" policies? Because KU IS CHEAP.
May 3, 2013 at 8:36 p.m.
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