Cal Poly students oppose fee for 'sup...

Cal Poly students oppose fee for 'super seniors'

There are 1 comment on the story from Nov 14, 2012, titled Cal Poly students oppose fee for 'super seniors'. In it, reports that:

With $50,000 in student loan debt in just her second year at Cal Poly, Alyssa Carmeli knows how expensive school can be - which explains why she doesn't support a proposal that would raise fees for students who linger in college.

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The Mad Man

Glendale, CA

#1 Nov 14, 2012
So wrong....! How does one AFFORD to get a college education when they keep raising the fees...especially for stupid reasoning! So because of the hike fees and lack of education, we vote for the people we do because no one can learn to read properly. Analyzing a voting ballot requires a thinking process which we have destroyed in this country. Now the education process of getting a college degree is in turmoil just like our financial budget and the education process has to suffer for this because students no longer can afford to PAY!

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