Comments about ‘Foreign student enrollment increasing at U.S. colleges’

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Published: Sunday, Nov. 11 2012 10:42 p.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Don't see that this is anything really relevant to our economy or poverty in this country. In fact is worsened the economy and adds more layers of poverty and frustration on the American people who are forced to spend trillions of dollars or our taxes to give a free education to the foreign nationals.

We as a nation can no longer afford to be so generous with our indentured servitude to educate all the world for free and we are forcing our own children and schools to go without materials, teachers, and funding. The president needs to get his prioritizes lined up to serve but one Master, the American people.

Maudine
SLC, UT

@ My2Cents: From the article, "...International students typically pay full out-of-state tuition and aren't awarded financial aid.

Public universities hit hard by state funding cuts "really are starting to realize the tuition from international students makes it possible for them to continue offering scholarships and financial aid to domestic students," "

Your consistent failure to read the articles you comment on speaks very poorly of you.

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