Failure To Get Into Private College To Be Most Financially Responsible Act Of 17-Year-Old’s Life

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO—Saying the turn of events will greatly benefit the 17-year-old’s economic security, sources confirmed Friday that local high school senior Emily Harrison’s failure to get into the University of Southern California, a private academic institution, will be the single most financially responsible act of her entire life.  According to reports, Harrison’s rejected application, which she spent weeks preparing in hopes of spending four years at her “dream school,” will save the young student a total of nearly $370,000.

Source: Failure To Get Into Private College To Be Most Financially Responsible Act Of 17-Year-Old’s Life – The Onion – America’s Finest News Source

A system that piles debt on students in exchange for a marginal or even zero-return on their investment is morally and financially bankrupt.

Charles Hugh Smith

 

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