In The Los Angeles Times today, there's an article mentioning the efforts of private colleges to attract students dissatisfied with the declining U.C. system.
Richard Vos, vice president and dean of admission and financial aid at Claremont McKenna College, said he has noticed parents asking more questions about whether students typically graduate in four years.If by unfortunate, you mean that they have spent way too much for too long, then I would be inclined to agree. California's budget has doubled in the past ten years. Are we getting double
His office details its success on that score without comparisons to other schools.
"We are not trying to capitalize on the unfortunate budget woes of the state of California," Vos said. Besides, he added, he wouldn't want "to hit a man when he's down."
the services at double that cost? Just ask would be and current U.C. students.