Posts Tagged ‘tuition’

Did we deliver?

Posted: May 12, 2014 at 5:45 pm

As 7,695 students prepare to receive their Mason degrees this week, it’s timely to ask: did we deliver on our promise to them? Was their investment in time and money worthwhile? Our promise to students is captured in our definition of the Mason Graduate as an engaged citizen and well-rounded scholar who is prepared to […]

Creating a New Compact Between States and Public Higher Education

Posted: September 13, 2013 at 9:28 am

If I appear a bit concerned about the funding of public universities, well, I am.  Earlier this summer the American Association of State Colleges and Universities made it clear I’m not alone.  The title of their report speaks for itself: Creating a New Compact Between States and Public Higher Education.  As they say in Spanish, “mal […]