In January, Cornish College of the Arts announced a tuition reset for 2019-20. As the first college in Seattle to do this -- and the first arts college nationally -- the announcement quickly garnered attention from the press. Following are the reactions from around the country.
Cornish College of the Arts has announced it will lower tuition by 20 percent, resetting it to prior levels in an effort to address long-term student loan debt and make the institution more accessible to students. The college becomes the first art school in the nation to implement a tuition reset. READ MORE
Corinne Wheeler was on the bus commuting to the Cornish College of Arts when she opened her email and got the news: her tuition would be 20 percent cheaper next year.
“I was like, oh my god,” she said. “I was in shock. I sent a screenshot to my parents ... and they were freaking out about it.” READ MORE
As the cost of going to college continues to rise each year, a college right here in Seattle is giving students a break on their tuition. School officials say the reduction not only helps more students afford college but also helps students decrease their debts. WATCH THIS
By Rick Seltzer
At the end of January, the Cornish College of the Arts announced that it will reset its tuition from $40,442 this year to $32,160 for all new and returning students in the 2019-20 academic year. In doing so, it believes it is the first fine arts school in the country to put a tuition reset in place. READ MORE
by Patti Payne
Cornish College of the Arts has lowered its tuition to make the institution more accessible as the new president considers expanding to include more technology-based classes. READ MORE