The State of Idaho has just made a move to, if not reduce, maintain the already established level as stress as all of Idaho's 4-year colleges have announced the intent to freeze in-state tuition for next school year.
Boise State is kicking off its fall semester this week, and students are going through a roller coaster of emotions. Excitement, fear, and culture shock will all play a role over the next few weeks, but there is a way to get through it.
If you're in one particular category of students heading to Boise State this fall, your odds of gaining weight are pretty good. And if you're going to gain the freshman fifteen, there's one main culprit that will cause it.
As Boise State puts it, they're taking tuition from the level of a house payment down to the level of a monthly car payment. Cool! This new degree program might make graduation possible for a lot more people.
First of all, congrats to all of you at Boise State who are about to graduate. We know how much work went into getting that degree, and we'll be high fiving you tomorrow (May 5th) as you get your diplomas. If you're getting a degree in one of these areas, you can make big bucks right away…