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84Buff

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So whose responsibility is it


to ensure students (or parents) can or will repay their student loans? Do you think tuition for CU students is such a bargain that $75,000 in student loans isn't a possibility for some? Does CU (or any school) care about whether or not they can afford to pay it back? $75k is nothing if you can enter a high paying career field, but not so much if your degree puts you at lesser earning potential.

So is what Baylor is doing much different than CU or any university does? Does CU actually deny admission to anyone because they cannot afford to attend? CU has $1.53B endowment, are they too focused on bankrupting families?

(In response to this post by Bisonic)

Posted: 10/14/2021 at 11:13AM



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Baylor U again showing their "Christian values" -- Bisonic 10/13/2021 5:32PM
  So whose responsibility is it -- 84Buff 10/14/2021 11:13AM
  This is the #1 reason I did not attend CU -- VegasBuff02 10/14/2021 12:48PM
  Guarantee the school administrator is Baptist -- CUKev 10/13/2021 9:17PM
  Agreed. ** -- Buffs4Ever 10/13/2021 9:32PM
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  I completely agree ** -- WinningLeadership 10/13/2021 9:13PM
  Fair question -- WinningLeadership 10/13/2021 7:29PM
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