You piece of fucking shit. Why did I bother paying off my loans and working during school? You fucking piece of shit. There’s no point in making an intellectual argument or taking a rational position, unless one of you assholes has a time machine because anything else won’t make a difference.
Fucked in the fucking butt hole again.
Can’t wait for all these art history scum bags to jerk off on their mid terms with my tax dollars.
Free college will be offered to many NYS residents, whom will graduate and leave NY to avoid picking up the tab.
Many successful people and businesses will leave NY to avoid picking up the tab.
NY will continue to make the sucking sound it has for decades.
This is a fucking joke. Does nothing for anyone who went through the system or stuck paying massive student loads back at almost predatory rates. Also, if you are paying student loan interest and someone that pays your bills on time and have a decent pay check, you can’t write it off at any level on your returns.
$100,000 is the cut off for now. $125,000 starts in 3 years.
Well FUCK this shit. I am close to paying off my loans which is a great accomplishment for me. I went to school and knowingly took out the money to do so. It was an investment in me, that is clearly paying off.
Also, the fact that I too much now to deduct student loan interest on my taxes is a fucking joke.
“First, you have to be a NY resident to enroll in the program. So we won’t be getting an influx of students trying to take advantage of the scholarship.Second, must be a full time student (30+ credit hours).
[FONT=inherit]Third, the student must maintain a grade point average sufficient enough to graduate(most often, a 2.0).
Fourth, it only covers tuition, not room and board.
Fifth, upon graduating, the student must live and work within NYS for the same number of years they used the program. If the student fails to maintain the grade point average or does not live/work in NYS following graduation, the money they used will be converted into a loan which they will have to repay the state.”
Going to be weird though when the job market here sucks and you walk away with a 4 year degree in something
I read some last night. The requirement seems to be 1 year in NYS per year of college the taxpayers paid for. See my rant on Facebook, what kind of idiot proposes this and suggests year for year delivers anywhere near enough ROI to justify the program? He’s also talking about attempting to cap tuition, fuzzy math given the influx of students will surely require more teachers and god forbid we don’t grow administrative bloat above all else. LOL