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15 April 2015 Dr. Kemper and Midwestern University, As future physicians in the Osteopathic Community, we pride ourselves on one day becoming a part of the healthcare system in America. The Osteopathic Community prides itself on training physicians to serve in the underserved populations primarily in the means of Primary Care and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. As a student body, complaints will always arise, and most will come with the questions of whether our school is living up to the ideals of the osteopathic community and are we getting the education we need to best serve our future patients. As Midwestern University states in its mission statement, that it strives to “Promote and Maintain the Osteopathic Philosophy”, we as a student body write this letter to ensure that the University has not steered off course. We understand that your office does not directly deal with tuition or the finances of the university, but we write this letter to you, as our Dean, Mentor, and Colleague to best represent our voice and ensure that our questions are answered. We understand that historically tuition has increased roughly 5%, since 2002, and every year students are upset and do not know how to handle the situation. We understand that last year we held a Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Goeppinger, which very few students attended due to this concern, we feel it is best to address our questions and concerns in this manner instead. As a student body, we collected all of the information that has been passed between students. We collected every question students may have and also collected every rumor they may have heard. Throughout the information below, we will highlight those rumors and we will also highlight out the facts and the questions we have about our tuition and the financial situation of Midwestern University. We have tried to lay everything out as concise as possible we primarily hope for two things: An itemized breakdown of the MWU expenses and where our tuition dollars go. We would like to hear from MWU with answers to our questions in 1 month’s time. The Facts: All resources are provided at the end of this letter. The Mean 20142015 COM Tuition and Fees $42,953 The Mean 20142015 COM Tuition and Fees Increase 3.7% The Mean Private COM Tuition and Fees $45,622 The Mean Private COM Tuition and Fees Increase 3.5% The Cost 20142015 AZCOM Tuition and Fees $58,630 The Cost 20142015 CCOM Tuition and Fees $60,446 The Cost 20142015 MWU Tuition and Fees Increase 5.0% AZCOM and CCOM are the top 1st and 2nd in the nation for tuition. The next school tuition is NYITCOM at $53,760 roughly $5000 less than AZCOM and $7000 less than CCOM. NYITCOM is in the Heart of NYC, NY currently the most expensive city in the US. And note that the only For Profit DO school in the country has tuition set at $48,938. Last year at the Town Hall Meeting we were told our tuition was higher because our tuition was all inclusive and other programs had more out of pocket fees by their students. Things we pay for out of pocket: Health Insurance, Room & Board, Board Examination Review material, Clickers for Mandatory Attendance, all Books, Anatomy Dissection Kits, Anatomy Lab Gloves, Anatomy Lab apron, Micro Lab Apron, White Coat embroidery, Ipad/Computer, On campus club membership, Vaccinations, Annual Flu shots, Stethoscopes, Otoscopes, Ophthalmoscopes, Reflex hammer, Eye chart, Blood Pressure Cuff, Licensure Exams 25 totally between $3000$7000, Conference Travel, etc.. Things other schools get that we do not: (all results collected from published minutes on AACOM’s website of university representatives out of 36 COMs). 17 schools give their students free vaccines, 17 schools provide health insurance in their tuitions, 20 schools have access to a 24/hr library, 29 schools have all electronic/computer/tablet exams, 17 schools have doctoral graduation bonnets/tudor caps at graduation and not the traditional MortarBoard Undergraduation caps, Video Recording CCOM remains to be one of 4 schools in the Country without Video Recording, AZCOM had to abstain from that vote seeing as only part of the curriculum is recorded while the rest of the schools have full video recording. The other comment we heard from last year is that it is not fair to assess tuition rates due to the lack of equality in living expenses and the urban landscape of each school. To better assess this another individual survey was collected from 35 of the 36 schools. The data that was collected was the average amount taken out by a student in federal loans, to be fully supported on federal aid. To throw out all outliers, only single, non married students were asked who did not have any children. For example, our tuition is $58K when we apply for loans it gives a maximum award based on living expenses in the area, extra fees, living/personal expenses, etc AZCOM’s average is between $85$90K. This amount is a better comparator between schools when it comes to true loan debt an MWU student will leave school with $360,000 in debt assuming they have to take out roughly $90K in debt each year. The survey results these are rough estimates from collection of students at each of the schools: Average COM Yearly fees $67,340 Median & Mode $70,000 Low & High ($41,000 & $90,000) Standard Deviation $14,000 95% Confidence Interval ($53,160 & $81,530) Which means both AZCOM and MWU are two of the three schools outside the 95% confidence interval for yearly fees. After next year’s Tuition increase, the school will now collect an extra $2.7M from AZCOM students and $2.8M from CCOM students. As students, we do understand the value of good education and we understand that with a tuition raise we should expect increased benefits and increased educational opportunities.
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Global Campaign for Education Higher Education is the broadest sense in act or experience that has a formative effect of the mind, character, and physical ability of an individual. It is the way society transmits accumulated knowledge and skills from generation to generation. The cost of college education in America is high and rising. From at this point, unless inflation is halted their is no choice in the matter except for the raise of college tuition. Today, the average cost for a university was around 31, 000. That has brought immense pressure from social media and the general public on the worth of college education. College Enrollment peaked in 2011, with millions of debtburdened college students still unemployed with one of the worst recessions on record, and families wondering why college tuition is on the rise and how much higher it will get.Families are forced deeper into debt to make up the difference. Many different forces are coming into play when it comes to driving the cost of college tuition up.The cost of maintaining college facilities, the rise of college sports and coaching salaries. Higher education pay rolls have also added many nonteaching jobs in recent years.Many schools have offset spending increases by relying heavily on parttime instructors. A big reason the price of education keeps rising is because deep budget cuts in state funding for public and higher education and shrinking subsidies have pushed a greater share of costs onto students and families. College education is important for future success. Their is a bright glare on higher education in this political campaign. There are different approaches for finding a solution, including making college cheaper as well as the need for more innovation and efficiency. Many college students agree on the importance of financial aid, and the growing number of parents concerned with having enough money to pay for parents tuition. Amongst many Americans, this is one of the greatest financial concerns. Tuition sticker prices, adjusted for inflation, have tripled for fouryear colleges and more than doubled for private ones in the last three decadeshelping push higher education to the forefront. The nation collects $1.2 trillion in student loan debt. The fear amongst many Americans is the the thought of their children being shut out for the opportunity of having higher education. The GOP will have to go beyond criticizing higher establishment to make solutions on this scale. College enrollments are down and even as most states have been restoring recession cuts, higher education funding in states remains below recessionlevels. The average state is spending 23 percent less per student than before the recession. The encouragement of the “expansion of income share agreements” a form of student aid allowing private investors to pay students college costs in an exchange for college students’ future earnings. “Risk Sharing” in colleges involves a small stake in which whether graduates pay back these loans. The question of free college is who is going to pay for it? Where are they going to get the money from?
Yesterday, an anonymous source shared a report with us detailing the results of a committee convened to analyze the feasibility of implementing undergraduate tuition in the School of Engineering.
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