The Board of Trustees approved the 3.5 percent tuition increase for the 2019-20 academic school year, citing rising costs.
Despite this, many students continue to voice their concerns about USC’s cost.
New York’s approach to financing college education will prove to be ineffective.
For the first time, the University of Southern California’s tuition will be over $50,000 – an estimated $1,978 increase from 2015-16. Here’s an interactive graph showcasing USC’s tuition since 1954.
USC is one of the few top universities that has not implemented a tuition freeze.
The University should follow Arizona’s decision to provide these students with crucial resources.
Members of the Undergraduate Student Government presented a resolution on college affordability at the Senate meeting Tuesday night. The resolution, drafted by USG President Rini Sampath, Academic Cultural Assembly assistant director Luis Vidalon-Susuki and USG marketing assistant director Paul Samaha, suggested greater transparency in University finances. The resolution asks for a tuition freeze, an interactive […]
Protesters delivered a letter to University President C. L. Max Nikias during the rally.
Minimizing Cal Grant funding will hamper students’ ability to afford high education costs.
Some upperclassmen say their university aid package dropped after their first year.