Ivy League Greed: Colleges Demand $100K While Taxpayers Foot Bill!

The liberal elite strikes again! Several prestigious colleges, including Tufts University, Wellesley College, Boston University, and Yale University, are shamelessly charging nearly $100,000 in tuition for the upcoming academic year. And who do they expect to foot the bill? You guessed it – hardworking taxpayers. It’s like Robin Hood in reverse, folks.

The schools seem to be taking advantage of the federal financial aid system, knowing that Uncle Sam will come to the rescue and bail them out. Bob Eitel, president of the Defense of Freedom Institute, didn’t mince words when he pointed out that colleges are hiking up prices because they know the government will pick up a big tab. It’s a free-for-all where federal money is up for grabs, and these schools are making a mad dash for it without any concern for the value of the education they provide.

To make matters worse, President Biden’s reckless loan cancellation bonanza has only fueled the fire, making the problem of skyrocketing tuition even more out of control. With a system as broken as this, it’s no wonder the education landscape is looking more like a circus than a place of learning.

While the wealthy elite may not bat an eye at these outrageous prices, less affluent families could be left in the dust. But wait, there’s a glimmer of hope! Apparently, the colleges are offering “generous” financial aid packages to soften the blow. The existence of a “very generous” financial aid system, as described by Wellesley College economics professor Phillip Levine, is apparently supposed to ease the pain. Well, thanks for that, but maybe instead of slapping a $90,000 price tag, they could just, I don’t know, lower the tuition?

As if the price tag wasn’t laughable enough, the Department of Education has managed to bungle the rollout of the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), causing chaos and confusion for families trying to navigate the financial aid maze. This government fumble has left families in the lurch, trying to figure out if their pockets can handle the burden of these exorbitant costs. The whole thing is a mess, and it’s the hardworking families who end up paying the price.

To add insult to injury, the delay in processing financial aid data could lead to students having to postpone their college plans, and we all know how that often turns out. Once you step away from the educational track, it’s like trying to start a broken-down car – it just doesn’t get up and running again.

It’s not just the financial burden that’s causing a stir. With high schoolers increasingly questioning the value of a college education, these fancy colleges might find themselves with empty lecture halls. Students are no longer buying into the myth that a college degree is the be-all and end-all, with many seeing the value in alternative paths like certifications and trade schools.

The arrogance of these elite institutions is enough to make your blood boil. They’re playing games with people’s futures, all while expecting the average Joe to foot the bill. It’s time for a reality check at these colleges. After all, there’s only so much Uncle Sam’s wallet can handle before it runs dry.

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