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Cooper Union Still Attractive Despite New Tuition, Freshmen Say

The college's freshman class, the first in decades to pay tuition, said the school is still a good deal.

East Village »

Students and Professors Sue Cooper Union Over Plan to Charge Tuition

Members of the Committee to Save Cooper Union rallied after commencement on Wednesday.

Cobble Hill »

Parents at Cobble Hill Pre-K Demand Answers and Tuition from School's Owner

Linden Tree Preschool was closed earlier this year by Christ Church Schools.

East Village »

Cooper Union to Start Charging Tuition in Fall 2014

Ending more than 100 years of tradition, Cooper Union will begin charging undergraduate tuition in 2014.

East Village »

Cooper Union Will Not Begin Charging Tuition This Fall

The school's Board of Trustees may consider charging tuition in future years.

East Village »

Cooper Union Students Protest Delayed Early Admissions Amid Tuition Fight

Students have accused the cash-strapped university of delaying early admissions decisions.

East Village »

Cooper Union Students Hold 'Live-In' Protest for Free Education

Eleven students from the school have locked themselves in the school's Cooper Square building.

East Village & Lower East Side »

St. Mark's Bookshop Celebrates Survival

The St. Mark's Bookshop celebrated a rent reduction and clearance of debt on Thursday night.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Baruch Restricting Building Access for Trustee Meeting

Classes at Baruch College after 3 p.m. Monday were also postponed ahead of a meeting of CUNY's Trustees.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Five Baruch Students Held Overnight After Tuition Hike Protest

Students who were arrested at Baruch College said they were attacked by campus police.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cooper Union Students Demand School Rescind Tuition Threat

Cooper Union students and alumni peppered school president Jamshed Bharucha with questions about a possible tuition charge at a meeting Wednesday night.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cooper Union Could Charge Tuition for First Time in 150 Years

The Cooper Union in the East Village is considering charging students tuition for the first time to cope with a $16.5 million budget deficit.

Manhattan »

City Might Have to Cough Up $40 Million in Private School Tuition for Special Needs Kindergarten Kids

The city could be on the hook for the cash after failing to place 2,500 special needs kindergarten kids in public schools.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

NYC's Private School Tuitions Set to Top $40K, Report Says

Some Manhattan schools, including Trinity and Hewitt, charge more than Harvard and Princeton, a report found.

Harlem »

Harlem Hospital Doctors Strike Averted, Union Says

A potential strike by doctors at Harlem Hospital has been averted, union officials said.

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