Senior Logan Dobson, a Hatchet columnist, notes that reducing or eliminating the printing fee could lead the University to attain the money a different way, such as through increasing tuition.
At first glance, reducing the cost of printing makes a lot of sense – or cents? Everyone wishes printing was cheaper, everyone hates having to swipe their money away, and it seems easy to cut this 9 cent fee down.
But really, the idea of cutting just about any fee at this University comes down to just one question: Do we really think that GW isn’t going to get its money?
This University is serious about generating revenue. And while we did just fall off the top 10 most expensive universities list, there really isn’t any reason to expect GW will get cheaper.