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From its very inception, student fees at Indiana University have carried a negative connotation from parents and students alike. Some of such criticism is underscored through the inception of modern technologies like computers and the internet. Rational disgruntlements have persisted throughout the boom in computer advances.

Questions such as, "Why is there a schedule adjustment fee?" and "Why does it cost $7 for the University to send a transcript to an institution?" continue to baffle parents and the polity who financially support the university. These and other questions will be explored and examined in Robert Schiener's upcoming column with an emphasis on alternative solutions, cost versus benefits, and implications for future IU students.

To see Robert's column from the last issue of Hoosier Review, click here.

Eric Seymour

Robert Schiener

Bryan Wilhelm

Bryant Lewis
Joel Corbin