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College is Too Easy

Why Does College Cost So Much?
The hefty price tag attached to a university degree in
the US. has made financing college a tough task for
most families.
The Experts
So we asked The Experts; What explains the high,
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The Difference Between College and at Resort? Notmuch.
ROBERT HOWELL: There are two principal drivers of costs in most
organizations: the "physical assets" upon which the organization rests
and its "personnel staffing" decisions. This is particularly true for
colleges and universities. tone only has to walk around the grounds of
a leading institution of higher learning to see how the facilities base has grown and
changed aver the years. Students arrive to live in dormitories that are in many cases
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which to congregate. Dining facilities compete with one best and most
diverse menus. Classroom buildings and classrooms are like the best theaters.
Athletic and other extracurricular activity facilities are almost professional. In addition,
if one were to closely study these assets, one would find that they are significantly
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The Difference Between College and a Bess rt? Notmuch.
ROBERT HOWELL: There are two principal drivers of costs in most
organizations: the "physical assets" upon which the organization rests
and its "personnel staffing" decisions. This is particularly true for
colleges and universities. One only has to walk around the grounds of
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changed aver the years. Students arrive to live in dormitories that are in many cases
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