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When the NCAA permitted colleges to pay stipends to student-athletes, the colleges also raised their estimated expenses

By Willis A. Jones, Associate Professor of Higher Education, University of Miami
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When colleges with big-time sports programs began to offer living expense stipends to their student-athletes back in 2015, the schools also increased their estimated living expenses for all students, I found in new research. Living expenses are costs beyond tuition and fees, such as housing, transportation, entertainment and…

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