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Lower costs benefit bottom line

December 1, 2011

By Roman Verzub

For better or worse, Cleveland State is our school. The weather may not always be ideal, but one cannot argue with one thing—the price.

Sophomore Devin McAlpine, a Business major, said that his favorite thing about CSU is “the big-school fee at a small-school price.”

CSU’s average cost for in-state tuition, according to comparison website FindTheBest.com, of about $7,000 makes nearby Case Western, in the ballpark of $35,000, an impossible hurdle for many.

Junior Sarai Glas, who is majoring in Political Science, said that her favorite thing about CSU vis-a-vis tuition is that “it’s cheaper than Case.”