Top school choice? 'Dream' on
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#1 Apr 1, 2009
Being priced out of these ludicrously high tuition schools is probably the best thing that could happen to these students. The cost of tuition does not equal the value of the education in most of the cases (unless you are going to become a doctor or lawyer). I think they'll find that once they graduate from a closer, less expensive state college they'll enjoy having to owe less when they graduate. Why would you want a large amount of student loan debt hovering over you for decades after you graduate?
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