Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
The comparison is interesting and valid if you use two different schools in the comparison. Funny... a buddy of mine and I were talking about cars. Yeah, huge difference between a Corolla and a Rolls Royce. But man, a Ford is really starting to catch up to an Acura.
Harvard and KU aren't good examples. But Michigan or UNC vs. Cornell or Dartmouth? Absolutely.
There's no comparison you can make to refute the fact that college tuition inflation exceeds general inflation by a huge amount.
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