Interactive: Georgia college tuition vs. presidential pay

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In May 2015, the Georgia Board of Regents approved pay hikes for most of the presidents of the state’s public colleges and universities. The increases came a month after the Board approved tuition hikes between 2.5 percent and 9 percent for all schools within the system.

Learn more: Who's earning the most?

» View photos of Georgia's 10 highest-paid college presidents here. 

View the data: Georgia college tuition from 2012-15

Hover over each institution listed in the chart below to see the tuition cost for various years from 2012-2015 or click on the bars beside each institution to see detailed information for each school term. The data shows the per semester cost of full-time, in-state tuition.

Source: Ga. Board of Regents

 

 

 



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