This year's incoming class of MBA students at Harvard Business School will not see an increase in the tuition for possibly the first time ever. The school will keep annual tuition at $73,440, more than double the rate of 15 years ago when annual tuition was just $30,050. But average scholarship grants---given to roughly half the students---have kept pace. In 2002, the average grant was roughly a third of the tuition at $9,001. Today, it's more than half averaging $40,000 a year.