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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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Board Editorial: Corporate Language Betrays Whitman’s Purpose

November 5, 2015
This institution is being run like a business, not a college.

Whitman College Ranks Last in Economic Diversity

Emily Lin-Jones September 11, 2014
Whitman College was placed at the bottom of a statistical survey published on the New York Times website Monday which ranked colleges according to their financial accessibility for lower- and middle-income students.
Growing tuition outpaces family income

Growing tuition outpaces family income

Shelly Le April 5, 2012
Whitman College recently released its student fees for the 2012-2013 academic year. Tuition for next year is set at $41,790, a four percent increase from last year, and is the lowest tuition increase the college has had since 2000. Despite this lower-than-average tuition increase, questions regarding the sustainability of the higher education model that have persisted for years now continues to be asked today.

Whitman moves from need-blind to need-sensitive admissions

Molly Johanson November 4, 2010
The class of 2015 will be the first to have been selected using the need-sensitive practice of admission. This may lead to less economic diversity in the class, but may improve the quality of the Whitman experience.
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