Senior Alex Shoucair, a Hatchet columnist, calls on the University to improve the financial options of students who wish to study abroad.
I could write an editorial every week for a year focusing on GW’s student financial failings without ever addressing them all. But for those that study abroad, the unfairness of the school’s study abroad tuition policies are particularly egregious. For years, students have bemoaned the fundamental injustice of GW’s study abroad tuition policies, to no avail. Why should people pay a GW tuition for a non-GW school? It’s a simple question, for which the university has never given a satisfactory answer.