Basically I'm pissed because my home-state school rejected me, and the School I'm planning on attending raised their tuition by 5k a year.
So now I'm stuck between going to an expensive out of state T2 school or going to a T3 on scholarship.
I've paid a lot of taxes in my home state and my parents will continute to pay, and now the only school in my state has rejected me.
Why should a student who gets accepted in-state get the benefit? We're not talking about a scholarship. I want to further my education and then return back to this state to work, so my state should encourage that.
I think The state of Utah should give me the 15k per year subsidy that they give in-state students after I come home, pass the bar, and get a job.
They could put the money directly on my loans, or I could use the subsidy for a down payment on a house, proving my loyalty.