SHOW US THE COST: The Minerva Project has billed itself as providing an Ivy League-quality education without the Ivy League prices. This week, the school announced exactly what that will cost: $10,000 per year. This doesn't include other expenses such as books, health insurance, and room and board; the company estimates the total cost to be $28,850. But here's a deal: those accepted into its Founding Class, set to begin in Fall 2014, will have their tuition waived for all four years of the program. (Learn more about it's proposed program and accreditation partnership with Keck Graduate Institute.) Act fast: even though the application deadline isn't until December 31, the class will be limited to 19 students.