Albany Law School Announces That It Will Not Raise Tuition Next Year
Institution Will Increase Scholarship Money Awarded to Students
"We are pleased that our current and incoming students will not face any tuition increases next year," said President and
Guernsey continued: "Staff members of the law school are working to identify areas where we can reduce spending to offset these inflationary pressures without undercutting academic programming."
A survey of other law schools shows sharp tuition increases, from three percent to as much as 15 percent, as well as double-digit budget cuts and the possibility of faculty salary cuts at some law schools.
"We think this is the time, more than ever, to support students," said Guernsey. To that end, he plans to increase the scholarship money awarded next year, up from
"The affordable cost of living in the Capital Region, coupled with the fantastic education and job opportunities that
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