My alma mater is making college adds to increased tuition for this next school year with increased fees. The Detroit News reports how individual schools within MSU are tacking on extra fees of some significance. I remember when I went there in the mid-sixties, my bill for tuition and books was less than $200 for one semester.
What's the answer?
Maybe, Michigan State University in East Lansing and other universities need to do a better job of selling themselves to legislatures who parcel out the money. A college education is a must-have these days to make it in the work world. Will community colleges be the only answer?