By krissysays - 25/10/2010 02:16 - United States
Today, I heard on the news that the average debt one is in when they graduate college is $24,000. I've been in college for one year and my debt is already $20,000. And it turns out that my school's accreditation does not exist like I was told. $20,000 in debt and no college credits to show for it. FML
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By  BoyFromTheFuture  |  0

go to a different school asap. it's obvious accreditation means something to you or you wouldn't have mentioned it. Don't pay 20k a year for something that's not going to earn it back for you.

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  Anaxes  |  5

I'm seriously confused about the "OMG THIS ECONOMY" posts. Are people fighting to the death over spare change in America or something? Or do people just climax when they see the opportunity to use "Economy" in a sentence?

By  BoyFromTheFuture  |  0

go to a different school asap. it's obvious accreditation means something to you or you wouldn't have mentioned it. Don't pay 20k a year for something that's not going to earn it back for you.

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  didoca  |  0

the accreditation just means that if op decides to transfer to a cheaper school the credits won't transfer... so it's either 20k a year for 3 more years or transfer now and be out 20k