Tuition promise makes headlines

April 15th, 2011 | SMWC

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College announced on March 21, 2011 its Tuition Promise that ensures tuition for incoming freshmen campus students will remain the same for four years.  This change assists students and their families in financial planning for a college education and protects them against future tuition inflation. Read the complete story.

Our decision to lock in the cost of tuition received local, regional, state and national media coverage. Please review the various news outlets that published or mentioned this bold move. 

The following appeared in the March 28, 2011 edition of the Chicago Sun-Times. Chicago Sun-Times columnist Terry Savage is a nationally known expert on personal finance and a regular television commentator on issues related to investing and financial markets. She is a frequent guest on radio and television shows including CNN, NBC, CNBC and Oprah. 

Media Tracking of the Tuition Promise News Release

PRINT

LOCATION                            

Chicago Sun-Times (Columnist Terry Savage)

Chicago, IL

Greenfield Daily Reporter

Greenfield, IN

Terre Haute Tribune Star

Terre Haute, IN

West Vigo Times

West Terre Haute, IN

WEB

                                             

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Fort Wayne, IN

Greenfield Daily Reporter

Greenfield, IN

Indiana Statesman

Terre Haute, IN

Indianapolis Post

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN

MSNBC

New York, NY

NPR Radio

Bloomington, IN

NWI (Northwest Indiana)

Munster, IN

The Republic

Columbus, IN

The Star Press

Muncie, IN

Today Show

New York, NY

Tribune Star

Terre Haute, IN

WIBC - Radio

Indianapolis, IN

WMCN-Radio

Mishawaka, IN

WNDU-TV

South Bend, IN

WOWO

Fort Wayne, IN

WTHI-TV

Terre Haute, IN

WTHR-TV

Indianapolis, IN

WTWO-TV

Terre Haute, IN

NEWSLETTERS AND WEB

 

Inside Indiana Business

Indianapolis, IN

My Wabash Valley

Terre Haute, IN

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

Washington, D.C.

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