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Affording College in Vermont

10/31/07 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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A college freshman at UVM can expect to pay $10,422 in tuition this year. That's up 7% from a year ago, and it's 68% higher than the national average. A new study by the College Board cites Vermont's four-year public colleges as having the highest tuition rates in the country. We look at why the numbers are so high, and what's being done to reverse the trend.

Also, crop circle enthusiasts will gather in Vermont this weekend for a national conference. We talk with one of the organizers. See pictures.

And, Halloween wouldn't be complete without a really scary story. Vermont author and storyteller Joe Citro spins one of his best tales.



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2004 Vermont Business Roundtable Higher Education study Crop circles and Earth Spirit Conference VSAC The College Board's Trends in College Pricing Report Photos of crop circles
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