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By Ham - / Thursday 14 June 2018 09:00 / United States
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By  Lobby_Bee  |  16

When they need deposit from you, they'll make several notices for you get it. When they need to withdraw from their account, they'll make sure you get exactly one notice and that's it.

By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  10

College is a scam anyway. Drop out, go to a tech school. You’re 10 times more likely to get a high paying job where you’re only working 5 days a week, not 6 or 7. Tuition is about 1/4 the cost and you graduate in three years not 4 or 8.

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  seyeran  |  7

A lot of colleges have somewhat ridiculous rules to qualify for in-state or local tuition rather than the full-price version. Where I attended, I spent three of the four years I attended living within a few blocks of campus, but had to pay the out-of-town rate because I hadn't lived in town for "6 months consecutively as a non-student." They want the full tuition amount whenever possible, so they make it harder and harder to qualify for lower ones.

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