College cost is a national issue — not one confined to NYU. Browse a list of articles, research, and reports from others who are investigating ways to make college more affordable to more students. As our research expands, expect this list of relevant resources to grow.
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In this crowd-sourced project, IDEO tackleD a major barrier in getting to and through higher education — affordability — by exploring ideas that cut across cultures, income levels, countries, industries and sectors. IDEO's research was not specific to any one college or university.
Article by NYU's own Martha J. Kanter in the NEA 2015 Almanac of Higher Education. Kanter is is a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Higher Education and a Senior Fellow at New York University. In 2009, President Barack Obama nominated her to serve as the U.S. Under Secretary of Education, with oversight responsibility for all federal postsecondary statutory, regulatory and administrative policies and programs for the U.S. Department of Education.
Summary of Income-Driven Repayment Options
Using data from the Institute for College Access & Success, The Washington Post published the following table along with an article from December 14, 2015: