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Re: tuition

Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Sep 22nd 2004, 10:36 pm

lance wrote:I haven't heard either candidates discuss this problem. Bush suggests community colleges as the answer but I haven't heard him say how Americans are going to afford to go there.
In California, the cost to attend community college has been as low as $11/unit and as high as $26/unit. I know a couple hundred dollars is nothing to sneeze at, but it is reasonable compared to the cost of private schools.
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Re: tuition

Post by lance » Sep 22nd 2004, 11:23 pm

candygirl wrote:
lance wrote:I haven't heard either candidates discuss this problem. Bush suggests community colleges as the answer but I haven't heard him say how Americans are going to afford to go there.
In California, the cost to attend community college has been as low as $11/unit and as high as $26/unit. I know a couple hundred dollars is nothing to sneeze at, but it is reasonable compared to the cost of private schools.
Good point, although most of the public universities I looked at in Ohio were cheaper than private universities, say like Miami University.

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