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Students in 1988 paid an average of $3,190 in tuition. Thirty years later, that average has risen to $9,970. College Tuition has increased 213% since 1988 Institution Tuition Additional Cost 1988, Public 4-year institution $3,190 plus books and fees 1998, Public 4-year institution $4,740 plus books and fees 2008, Public 4-year institution $7,280 plus books and fees 2018, Public 4-year institution $9,970 plus books and fees 2020, Integrity College Solutions $4,000 NONE! College Textbook Prices Have Risen 1,041% Since 1977 Behind the Soaring Textbook Prices . ICS OFFERS A 2020 EDUCATION AT 1988 PRICES!
In 1987-1988, students at public four-year institutions paid an average of $3,190 in tuition for the school year, with prices adjusted to reflect 2017 dollars. Thirty years later, the average has risen to $9,970. That’s a 213% increase! The difference is stark at private schools as well. In 1988, the average tuition for a private nonprofit four-year institution was $15,160, in 2017 dollars. For the 2017-2018 school year, it’s $34,740 - a 129% increase. Here is College Board’s breakdown of how tuition has changed by decade, with all figures adjusted to reflect 2017 dollars: Private nonprofit four-year institution Tuition for 1987-1988: $15,160 Tuition for 1997-1998: $21,020 Tuition for 2007-2008: $27,520 Tuition for 2017-2018: $34,740 Public four-year institution Tuition for 1987-1988: $3,190 Tuition for 1997-1998: $4,740 Tuition for 2007-2008: $7,280 Tuition for 2017-2018: $9,970 To put those numbers into perspective, a 1988 graduate of Harvard University would have spent $17,100 on tuition during their senior year. Now, in their 50s, they’d have to pay $44,990 in tuition for their child to attend Harvard today. That makes the current cost more than two-and-a-half times as much as it was in 1988 — a markup of 163%. https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/29/how-much-college-tuition-has-increased-from-1988-to-2018.html