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Dawg

Duluth, GA

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Feb 4, 2013
 
I don't see how anybody can afford to send their kid there. My boy wanted to go to Union but there ain't no way with how much it cost.
TriedThemAll

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Feb 7, 2013
 

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Dawg wrote:
I don't see how anybody can afford to send their kid there. My boy wanted to go to Union but there ain't no way with how much it cost.
Union is a business and has to at least break even. Go to one of the state community colleges in the area for 2 years. Carpool with other students. Take online classes. Then transfer to school of choice for last two years.
Last time I was at Union, they looked poor. Building maintenance is clearly neglected. I don't think they are getting rich.
FlatLickCompton

Barbourville, KY

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Feb 7, 2013
 
It's all going into peoples pockets instead of back into the school. They give away money and tuition to their athletes then charge regular everyday students 20 G a semester. That place wont be here another 30 or 40 years. Maybe sooner

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