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Worthy Effort

Help students earn degree in four years

May 20, 2013

For several years, West Virginia University officials have made it a priority to keep students from wasting time and money by enrolling but dropping out before they obtain degrees....

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May-23-13 4:07 PM

Another factor is that many students at WVU-P are there on public assistance and do not have to work outside the home because they're already getting food, low income housing and child care provided for them at school. They are unfortunatly the majority now.

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May-21-13 9:15 AM

One LITTLE significant factor that this article fails to cite, is that many of these same students are required to work 2 jobs {at inadequate minimum wage} to keep a roof over their head. At the same time they are accumulating massive student loan debt, that will require the rest of their lives to pay. Big Banks borrow money from our government at .075%, while student loans will soon be at 6.%. Minimum wage should be at $10 per hour and student loans should be at the same rate as the BIG BANKS get.

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