You Aren’t Entitled to a College Education

In Analysis, Education, Finance, Opinion, Rights by Michael Rae

When I graduated from college, reality hit. I was now considered a “real adult.” In a matter of months I’d be moving out of my parents’ basement and some 700 miles away to start graduate school.
I was also struck by something I knew was coming, but hadn’t quite appreciated.
That “something” was my student loans.
There they were in black and white, those things I’d been taking out for some 48 months to pay for a Bachelor’s degree from a small liberal arts university. I owed tens of thousands of dollars and the bill was coming due. (For the record, I could

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