University students across the US planned to protest education funding cuts today at state colleges and universities. The cuts are making an already debt-intensive pursuit even more expensive for some students, not to mention more time-consuming, as some students have to wait semesters, even years, to take courses that apply to their degrees.
If you are a current college student, how are you adapting to higher education costs and possibly a longer college career? And for those of you with college already behind you, what did you do to pay the bills as a student? Tutoring? Playing guitar for coins on the quad? Grifting?
Share your stories with us.
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