“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.