Oct 16, 2015

Colleges Are Spending 7 Times More on Athletics Than They Are on Academics | The Nation

More often than not, tucked away in your or your child’s college tuition bill are massive fees for the college’s athletic department. Higher education has been placing that burden on students, closing academic programs left and right, yet still maintaining and funding athletics.

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