Seton Hall hopes tuition discount will persuade fence-sitters

, The National Law Journal

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The competition for would-be law students is heating up in New Jersey. Seton Hall University School of Law has unveiled a tuition reduction program that will bring costs for qualifying students in line with that of its nearest competitor, Rutgers School of Law–Newark.

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  • Mike Zall

    Discounts for a college education, not just law school, will continue and get deeper. College education is facing the same crisis that housing has faced. Easy loans pushed up the prices of an education. The students can get the money so why shouldn't the universities charge more. Students and their parents are beginning to realize that they are not getting value for their money, e.g., no jobs or low paying jobs, and the loans cannot be paid back. We are only seeing the beginning of the crash, I.e., massive defaults and bargain prices for a university education.

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