Is it fair to give college tuition breaks only to low-income families?
If you think you have to work hard and maybe take another job to put your child through college, think again! Rutgers University’s Camden campus will soon be giving free and reduced tuition to new students who meet certain financial requirements.
It gets better, though. The “Bridging the Gap” program will provide significant financial aid for students whose families make between $60,001 to $100,000 annually. It renews every year as long as the student is making progress towards a degree and is earning 30 credits a year.
I’m sorry, how much did you say you were paying on that student loan? So basically if you’re family is making over $100,000 per year, you have to pay for college. Why should kids from more successful families be penalized with years of student loan debt?
Do you think it’s fair that only students from low income families should get free tuition at Rutgers-Camden?