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Lincoln College Tuition to Remain Steady

Lincoln College Tuition to Remain Steady

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Lincoln College is holding tuition steady for a second straight year. The
$16,500 rate for 2014-15 is the same as students at the small private school are
paying this year.

Two years ago, trustees cut tuition from $23,000 a year. Two
other area schools, Eureka College and Lincoln Christian University, recently
announced their own tuition freezes.

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