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Posted on November 24 at 12:08 a.m.
"financial aid would cover tuition for students with family incomes of up to $70,000"
This is not the case for transfer students who take more than two years to complete their degrees -- as many of us who need to work while at UC do. In fact, I'd guess that transfer students are much more likely than non-transfer students to need to attend part-time and thus take longer than "expected" to finish. They are the ones who will be stuck with these massive increases and be unable to complete school as a result.
On Massive Tuition Hikes Passed