An article on Sept. 13 about college tuition referred incorrectly to CUNY when describing a program that helped improve the graduation rates of its community colleges. It is the City University of New York (not Universities). The article also referred incorrectly to a measure of income in a comparison of 1974 income and current income when adjusted for inflation. It is median family income, which has risen to about $64,000 a year from $62,000 in 1974, not median household income. And the article also described incorrectly the change in median family income over the past 40 years. It has risen slightly, not fallen.
51% is the maximum tuition reduction, applicable to part-time enrollment in our Computer Science Bachelor's degree completion program. Reduction for full-time students who enroll in this program is 42%. The range for this tuition reduction is 16% to 51%. Note that students enrolled in programs with the Flex Choice option can attain additional savings by completing self-paced competency courses.
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