Email CP Article


Thu, Apr. 18 2013 11:47 AM EDT

Hiring the Right College; A Return on Investment

By Harry R. Jackson, Jr.
In 1965, Yale and Princeton raised their tuition, making them the most expensive Ivy League schools at the time. The hefty price tag; just $1950 a year. Even accounting for inflation that would only amount to about $14,350 in 2013 dollars. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

Your e-mail address:

Recipient's e-mail address:

(Separate multiple e-mail addresses with commas. Limited to 20 addresses.)
Send me a copy.

Personal Message: (optional)

The e-mail address(es) that you supply to use this service will only be used to send the requested article.

Copyright © All rights reserved.
Questions or Comments
Terms and Conditions - Privacy Policy - Copyright Policy