Show Me the Money: An Exploration of International Student Net Tuition and Fees at Regional Universities in Minnesota and Wisconsin
International student enrollment has become increasingly important in higher education financing as public appropriations for higher education and enrollments have declined. A critical consideration for U.S. public institutions -- in particular regional institutions that lack brand prestige -- is pricing. This research brief examines the methods regional public universities in Wisconsin and Minnesota used to lower tuition for international, degree-seeking undergraduates. The findings suggest that the institutions used multiple approaches to reduce international non-resident tuition and limit remissions length and renewal. Additionally, remission complexity and price uncertainty may influence perceptions of higher education affordability in the United States.
"Show Me the Money: An Exploration of International Student Net Tuition and Fees at Regional Universities in Minnesota and Wisconsin,"
Journal of Student Financial Aid: Vol. 51
, Article 6.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/jsfa/vol51/iss3/6