Education: Vassar, Cost What She May

Increasingly has the policy of a "pay-as-you-go" education found favor among eastern private colleges. Among institutions which have recently raised or will soon raise their tuitions are: Yale, Princeton, Bryn Mawr, M. I. T. Added to this list last week was Vassar. Effective in 1931, parents of Vassar girls will pay $1,200 a year for their daughters' tuition and living expenses at Poughkeepsie, an increase of $200. Town girls will be charged a tuition fee of $500. Trustees explained that the college's additional income will relieve "the strain on overburdened endowments," "pay...

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