This article about the college tuition points out how last year lawmakers limited colleges from raising tuition.
College bound students will see a 2% – 3% percent increase every year compounded indefinitely.
The increased prices will add between $200 – $300 dollars more every year or nearly $3000 every ten years. So in 10 years the maximum for a year of college will be around $13000 for in state
tuition for Ohio students.
Now this law tackling rising tuition does nothing about service fees charged to students to make up for the college bottom line. Nor does it put an extreme fix on the cost of textbooks by publishing companies.
However, this college cost fixes nothing to change the way for profit diploma mills will attract students. It will not change the way girls from Miami University of Oxford, Ohio who believe they imitate the homeless when they wiped feces and urine all over the Cincinnati Freedom Center.
Tuition hikes continue at Ohio’s public colleges
by Collin Binkley The Columbus Dispatch • Monday April 28, 2014 6:05 AM