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Joshua Hoggan

Joshua Hoggan

  • Regardless of the national security implications, one potential consequence is that the cost of getting an undergraduate education may climb even higher because of this policy. International undergraduate students are generally full-pay, and help subsidize other students at both private and public institutions

    Regardless of the national security implications, one potential consequence is that the cost of getting an undergraduate education may climb even higher because of this policy. International undergraduate students are generally full-pay, and help subsidize other students at both private and public institutions. With about 350,000 Chinese students in our colleges, there's an argument to be made that without them, higher ed is at least somewhat more expensive.