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Why College Costs So Much 101.
'How will we pay for her college.'
'I wouldn't say the cost of his education is all wasted, dear. He's learning to mix with other people.'
'My correspondence course has arrived. In mud pie making.'
'FOR THIS I WENT TO COLLEGE?'
'..And remember, your success will be measured in how much you donate to the university's alumni fund.'
'Dad, who was Plato? . . . You don't want me to go to college do you?'
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"Three years on a web design course and this is the result."
"Unfortunately, I assumed that attending the nation's number one party school would assure me the position of 'Office Party Organizer' at a major company."
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'My parents couldn't afford to send me to college, so they let me spend a night at a Ramada.'
'After you ask him for the pony, ask him to pay for your college education.'
'I thought I was getting a degree in hire education but I got a degree in higher education and no job offers.'
The cost of education
'I pursued the ol' M-R-S degree, with a concentration in all of his shortcomings.'
'This is a great new computer-generated test. It's for first graders, and it tell you which graduate schools they'll qualify for.'
"I want a top education, but don't milk me dry with school fees."
College and its economic cost
'Junior doesn't know exactly when he's graduating from college, but he's able to offer increasingly educated guesses.'
Class of 2015
Congratulations 2015 graduates on this momentous step in your life...
'Find two or three alumni who actually have jobs and profile them as success stories.'
'Today I have dumbed-down philosophy, followed by dumbed-down chemistry and dumbed-down English lit.'
'I'm glad I'm majoring in economics. I'm starting to realize what a burden my student loans are going to be.'
'He owes $30,000 for a degree in drama but right now he's not acting.'
Student sets off into the big wide world in debt.