41 Everyday Scams That Are Tough To Avoid
Along with the classes, the parties, and the friends you made, you may remember the credit card bills and loans as a remembrance of your college years. Even if you got a scholarship or could afford your education, the sky-high prices for textbooks that your professors required you to buy definitely made a dent in your life plan. Spending hundreds on a textbook for a Gen-Ed requirement only succeeded in making you resentful of your teacher. Don’t even get us started on when teachers assign books that they wrote themselves. Spending a thousand dollars a semester on single-use books is criminal. We can read anything and everything on the internet, so why are college kids still being forced to buy textbooks?