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Fri., 9:15am: Kent State joins other in raising tuition

June 28, 2013

KENT -- Kent State University officials are raising tuition by 1.5 percent, joining most other Ohio public colleges that will slightly raise rates for the upcoming school year....

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Jun-29-13 9:20 AM

No effort to control the salaries of the progressive elitists in the higher education field, just saddle the students with even more easy to obtain student loan debt.

Lots of reasons to go to a good trade school instead.

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Jun-29-13 1:55 AM

College is so over prices and over rated! College is not for everyone. When I went I'm thinkin it was like 8% it might of been more it was a long time ago.

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Jun-29-13 1:35 AM

not even worth it anymore.

unless you're in a major where you can make 100k+/year, why start your adult life with 40 or 60 or $80,000 worth of debt??

quite the racket for universities.

get impressionable kids to believe that they *have* to go to college, and even if they don't graduate, they start their lives with a mountain of debt.

are these kids going to get 1.5% better educations than last year?

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Jun-29-13 1:02 AM

They'll price education so high, most kids won't afford it. Where's that increase going anyway?????? Someone's wallet.

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Jun-28-13 1:22 PM

Meanwhile, the federal government fails to workout a long-term solution to solve the student loan debt crisis.

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Jun-28-13 12:37 PM

Are you even capable or writing a coherent sentence, Gary?

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Jun-28-13 11:10 AM

Since Obama seized student loans and nationalized who could see this coming and more to come!

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Jun-28-13 9:20 AM

In before the "I just got a part time job to pay for college" comment.

Yeah, you were able to do that when States paid 80% of your tuition, now its somewhere in the 10%-15% range.

But you know, everything is for sale in Ohio apparently, why not education?

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