An interesting article from The Flint Journal here regarding the ever-increasing cost of higher education in Flint.
I suppose on some level it's reassuring that both Kettering University and Mott Community College, two schools that really couldn't be more different vis-a-vis their respective franchises and student bodies, are both seeing tuition hikes of 3%, but it's still distressing. Most everyone with a college degree has some debt (I certainly do) and I'd wager that most of those folks are more than willing to call it an investment in the future, like a mortgage, say.
But what's the breaking point? I don't know, I don't know that anyone does. But it worries me.
(Speaking of breaking points/signs of the apocalypse...)