The price tag for a college education is going through the roof. The very leaky roof with the peeling asbestos shingles poised slightly above the hideous shutters. One year at Brown University costs $32,000. Princeton costs $31,000 a year and George Washington University is $38,000.
The projected annual tuition for an ivy league school in ten years is $86,000. And it will cost more than $35,000 a year to attend a public university.
Which means you need to plan now and Bossy wants to help with her popular financial guide:
Four Ways To Get To Harvard.
- Go west on Green Street, make a right on Putnam Avenue and a quick left on Mount Auburn Street.
- Take Monsignor O’Brien Highway to the Cambridge street exit and follow to Felton.
- Travel east on Concord Ave past the Observatory and swing a left on Bond St.
- Take the Fresh Pond Parkway to Brattle Street – make a left and continue until you hit Gutman Hall.
Here’s The Real Four-Step Harvard Plan Although It’s Very Uninspired And Involves The Squirreling Away Of Lots Of Money As If You Didn’t Know.
Here’s A Neat Tool That Allows You To See The Exact Tuition For Every School In Creation.
1peanut saysDecember 29, 2006 at 10:35 pm
Or you could just spend that money now since, as I was so nicely informed today, Armageddon is coming!!! you know, sometime, eventually, or maybe tommorow.
Res Publica saysDecember 30, 2006 at 3:00 am
Funny how all of those “planning for college tuition” guides basically boil down to “First, get a whole bunch of money. Then write a check to the college.”