Students registering for fall classes this summer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will see a 30-percent increase in the number of online classes, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -- but the convenience comes with a price: as much as $275 per course on top of regular tuition. University officials say the increase is part of a strategy to boost enrollment and revenue by meeting a growing demand for the online format, which appeals to students who commute, work full time, or have families. But the move is also a way for UWM to pass more of its costs to students...

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