Tuition Reduction

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Tuition Reduction

Any plan by which one may pay lower than normal tuition for an educational program. One may be eligible for tuition reduction based on need, merit or any number of other criteria. For example, a veteran may have his/her tuition reduced when he/she returns from service.
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Earlier this month, the College announced tuition reductions of as much as 51 percent across 10 other degree programs, including six additional School of Business Bachelor's degree-completion programs.
The program offers tuition reductions to participants.
10% public high school students receive tuition reductions, exemptions
Some private schools are offering tuition reductions and other incentives to try to attract students.
The IRS said while the plan provides benefits not considered qualified tuition reductions under IRC section 117(d)(2), this does not prevent excludable benefits from satisfying that section's rules.
It's also a violation of federal law, which prohibits tuition reductions that are granted only to illegal immigrants but not out-of-state residents.
To facilitate dancers' college attendance, Fordham offers tuition reductions and special classes that meet on their day off from performing.
Partial tuition reductions are fairly frequent, and some schools offer lowinterest loan programs with affiliated funding organizations.
16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Rasmussen College, a regionally accredited private college and Public Benefit Corporation, today announced new tuition reductions of as much as 51 percent for 10 degree programs across its Schools of Business, Health Sciences and Technology.
Qualified tuition reductions: The sister exclusion to the qualified scholarship exclusion is the qualified tuition reduction exclusion.
Now the Air Force runs it, making more flexible hours and tuition reductions possible, while NASA maintains the building, said Louis Steers, Dryden's alliance co-administrator.
Now consider these facts: A law school grants scholarships and tuition reductions to its students who agree to practice their profession, following graduation, full-time for a specified period in public, not-for-profit or other lower-paying sectors of the legal profession.