'Marketplace' Report: College Tuition Jumps The country's wealthiest universities are raising tuition faster than the rate of inflation. Why does college cost so much?
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'Marketplace' Report: College Tuition Jumps

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'Marketplace' Report: College Tuition Jumps

'Marketplace' Report: College Tuition Jumps

'Marketplace' Report: College Tuition Jumps

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The country's wealthiest universities are raising tuition faster than the rate of inflation. Alex Cohen talks to Marketplace's John Dimsdale about why it costs so much to send your kid to college.