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In the wake of a 17.5 percent decline in enrollment at its Dickinson School of Law this fall, Pennsylvania State University has offered to almost halve the $41,088 annual tuition for in-state students who enroll next fall.
They will get a $20,000 renewable grant under the "Commonwealth Scholars" program, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and WESA. The discount, however, will not apply to current in-state students.
Tuition for Pennsylvania residents is nearly $20,000 at Temple University and nearly $30,000 at the University of Pittsburgh.