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Free College Tuition Plan Imprisons Graduates in New York

No former student should be financially obligated to stay in the state

It has been just about two years since I completed a college degree and was handed a diploma. 949 more words

Daily Discussion with BQB - Should College Tuition Be Free?

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New York state recently became the first state in the nation to offer free tuition at all state schools.  You can even move to New York and get free tuition but the only catch is that you must remain in New York for five years after graduation.   834 more words

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Rubbish Reparations Resolution

It appears that the SGA of Western Kentucky University has gone full on virtue signalling as they recently passed a resolution that would grant black students free tuition in hopes of absolving themselves of their sins which include not being black. 692 more words

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TUITION FREE COLLEGE: Acceleration and Social Fragmentation

Tuition-Free Colleges and Social Fragmentation

New York has passed legislation to enact free tuition to two and four year NY public colleges for in-state residents. As part of the deal, applicants must agree to stay in New York state for as long as they had been enrolled under the free tuition program. 533 more words

Will Free College Offer Catch Fire? Details Raise Doubts

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Will New York’s first-in-the-nation free tuition program for middle-class college students spread to other states?

That’s the hope of proponents such as Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, who made debt-free college a key talking point in their Democratic presidential campaigns. 801 more words


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SUNY Students and Parents React to Free Tuition Plan

At 11:00 a.m., April 12, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) signed into effect the Excelsior Scholarship. This plan, touted as the “Free College Plan,” comes with some caveats and leaves New Yorkers with pressing questions. 771 more words