The 56-Year-Old Law That Distorts UVM's Tuition Rates

Feb 16, 2015

UVM's tuition rates are among the highest of all public schools in the nation. The state's low funding for higher education is to blame for much of the in-state tuition cost, but out-of-state students are paying huge bills because of a 1959 law that forces the school to charge them lots more.

VPR's Annie Russell and Taylor Dobbs spoke with Vermont Cynic Enterprise Editor Jacob Holzman about his team's reporting on the "40 percent rule."

See the Cynic story here.