We Asked You:How will you be affected by the banded tuition rate?

“It makes me feel like I’m going to have to take more credits to get my money’s worth,” said freshman Anthony Ricchio, a social work major.
“I think that for the people who can only take 12 hours, for work or family, it’s really inconvenient. If I were in that position, I wouldn’t want to pay for something that I’m not taking,” said sophomore Bailey Miller, a graphic design major.
“It doesn’t affect me since I wouldn’t take as many as 18. I think it’s a good idea,” said sophomore Christopher Tulay, a computer engineering major.
“I’m a 21st Century Scholar. It makes me a little nervous. I think for a lot of IUSB students who work, it forces them to take more than they could handle,” said freshman Hanna Stayton, a nursing major.
“If I was paying for it, it might be frustrating,” said sophomore John Leece, a biology major.

By The Preface at IUSB

IU South Bend's Official Student Newspaper

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