University Ending Student Loans


WHILE STUDENT LOAN DEBT
CONTINUES TO BE A MASSIVE FINANCIAL BURDEN FOR VARIOUS
STUDENTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, BROWN UNIVERSITY IS TRYING TO DO
ITS PART TO LESSEN THAT FINANCIAL BURDEN AND THE WAY
THEY ARE DOING IT IS RESTRUCTURING THEIR FINANCIAL
AID PACKAGES TO EXCLUDE LOANS. IN FACT THEY WANT TO
REPLACE LOANS WITH GRANTS THAT WILL BE FUNDED BY MONDAY
THAT THEY FUND RAISE TO THE TUNE OF $30 MILLION. THEY PLAN TO CONTINUE
FUNDRAISING SO THIS PROGRAM CAN REMAIN SUSTAINABLE, BUT IT
WILL NOT ONLY IMPACT THOSE FROM WORKING-CLASS COMMUNITIES
BUT ALSO MIDDLE-CLASS INDIVIDUALS WHO COULD ALSO STAND
TO BENEFIT FROM NOT HAVING TO TAKE OUT STUDENT LOANS TO GET
A DECENT EDUCATION. THIS IS A COMMON PROBLEM THAT A
LOT OF STUDENTS FACE. THEIR PARENTS WILL MAKE A LITTLE
TOO MUCH MONEY, A LITTLE TINY BIT TOO MUCH MONEY TO
QUALIFY FOR STUDENT AID AND SO AS A RESULT, THEY HAVE TO
TAKE OUT THE LOANS TO HELP THEM PAY THEIR TUITION BUT UNDER
THIS PROGRAM, THOSE PEOPLE WOULD ALSO GET THE HELP NECESSARY TO
AVOID TAKING OUT THESE LOANS. I LOVE IT, I THINK IT’S SUCH A
GREAT IDEA. I’M REALLY HAPPY THAT BRAD IS
DOING IT AND IT GOES BEYOND BROWN BECAUSE LOOK, ALL
THESE OTHER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WANT TO COMPETE
WITH ONE ANOTHER TO ENROLL THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST AND
IF BROWN IS DOING THIS PROGRAM, WELL, THEY ARE GOING TO
ATTRACT SOME OF THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST BECAUSE OF THE
AFFORDABILITY. A REAL GOOD THING THAT BROWN
IS DOING. BLESS THEIR HEARTS. I READ A GOOD NEWS STORY. I’M SURE BROWN DOES OTHER GOOD
THINGS. I MEANT IT. YOU WANT TO KNOW WHY? BECAUSE I’M NEEDLESSLY BITTER AT
BROWN BECAUSE I DIDN’T GET AN. YOU ARE CRAZY. AFTER ALL THESE YEARS I’M
STALLING ONTO THAT GARAGE. IT WAS THEIR LOSS. IT WAS, IT WAS. YOU HAD NO IDEA WHAT YOU LOST. ANYWAY, SERIOUSLY, IT IS A
GREAT PROGRAM AND AT FIRST I PANICKED A LITTLE BIT. UNLIKE THEIR TAKING WAY LOANS
AND THEN I WAS LIKE, REPLACING THEM WITH
SCHOLARSHIPS, GREAT. BECAUSE IF YOU CAN’T AFFORD AND
THEY ARE LIKE NOW WE’RE NOT GOING TO BE LOANS EITHER, GET
OUT. BUT NO, THEY ARE DOING OPPOSITE. THEY ARE DOING OPPOSITE AS I
SAID, THEY INTEND ON RAISING MORE MONEY SO THEY WANT TO RAISE
ANOTHER $90 MILLION SO THIS PROGRAM CAN REMAIN SUSTAINABLE
BUT IT SEEMS AS THOUGH SO MANY PEOPLE ARE FIRED UP ABOUT THE
STUDENT LOAN ISSUE THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE WILLING TO DONATE AND
SO THIS IS IN MY OPINION A GREAT CAUSE AND ANYTHING WE CAN DO TO
LESSEN THAT FINANCIAL BURDEN FOR STUDENTS AND ENCOURAGE THEM
TO GET A HIGHER EDUCATION, WE SHOULD BE IN FAVOR OF IT,
SUPPORT IT, WHICH PROVIDED A I DO KNOW THAT.UK ABOUT
EDUCATION? A LITTLE TOO MUCH. LOVE, IT’S A GREAT DEVELOPMENT
AMERICA AND I HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER WHO HAD TO LEAVE A
COLLEGE THAT HE LOVED BECAUSE HE COULDN’T AFFORD IT. THE LOANS WOULD’VE BEEN
OUTRAGEOUSLY HIGH SO DEVELOPMENT LIKE THIS IS A GOOD
STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. AT THE END OF THE DAY WHAT WE
WANT IS COLLEGE FOR ALL. THAT WOULDN’T APPLY TO BROWN,
IT’S A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY, BUT IF YOU HAVE A GREAT KID WHO
IS WORKING SUPERHARD THEY CANNOT AFFORD COLLEGE, WE
SHOULD MAKE THAT ACCESSIBLE THROUGH PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES AND
WE HAVE SOME GREAT PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN THIS COUNTRY
AND WHY SHOULDN’T YOUR KIDS HAVE THE SAME ACCESS TO THE
AMERICAN DREAM AS RICH KIDS DO? GOOD STEP HERE FROM PRIVATE
UNIVERSITIES LIKE BROWN BUT LET’S DO COLLEGE FOR ALL FOR
EVERYBODY.

100 comments on “University Ending Student Loans”

  1. BELL ONE says:

    Same in Britain no money for anything for the Benefit of the People and Country Globalist Wars Closing everything Down Money for the Rich and Bankster Scum Just think of a Number Everything is a rich mans lie.

  2. maria marie says:

    I hope it works because if i knew then what i know now i would had never went to college because of my loans

  3. Henbot says:

    Megane Ana one of the best Ana

  4. Heat Seeker says:

    Where's the money coming from?

  5. michael white says:

    Bet you a 1000 dollars the government comes along and stops this..

  6. L vamp says:

    Can someone explain to me how student loans work and why its a burden when you get out of college? Hopefully, others colleges do the same

  7. Manny Ribera says:

    I regret going to uni.

  8. The End Begins says:

    ALL these old bastards that say we shouldn't have FREE college got FREE college in the 60s and 70s.

  9. Chewbaccafruit says:

    Yeah but the vast majority of universities in the USA won't do anything like this because why give grants to help students learn when they can buy new football scoreboards.

  10. Brown Buffalo says:

    Get great grades and QUALIFY for a scholarship. Also college was cheep untill the government got involved.

  11. Deplorable says:

    Go to PragerU on you-tube to learn from facts.

  12. Brown Buffalo says:

    Libtards- "Rich people are the devil"

  13. rAdHominem says:

    The only reason I believe that the college question needs to wait a little while longer, is because of the reports showing the state of our primary and secondary educational institutions across the country. I think that the lowest common denominator, in regards to the most common level of education reached, should be the focus. Make the high schools the best they can be, mix in trade schools, and then look at college costs.

  14. Joshua J-man says:

    Hey look at that Rhode Island on the books for something positive 🔥😎🔥

  15. Nelson Evora says:

    Isn't this what taxes should do

  16. sullyFL says:

    Yeah, but how are they going to build a giant football stadium if they spend all that money on students?

  17. Amos Soma says:

    A huge step in the right direction. It's inexcusable that the cost of a college education has risen recently at a rate so much higher than the inflation rate. It's about time they start doing something about it.

  18. Spikevu 3 says:

    1 university okay

  19. Melo NATE says:

    I haven't seen or heard Ana say anything profound that would leed me to believe she is "smart"

  20. millionfish animation says:

    You literally have to be asleep to experience the American Dream.

  21. Jonny B says:

    For a second I thought it was a bad thing. Like they weren't accepting loans anymore and only taking the people who could pay in cash up front, haha

  22. RecipAtDuke WorkProfile says:

    As a lifelong academic working at UNC and now Duke University, I can say with certainty that if academic institutions redirected just a fraction of their construction funds they could eventually eliminate tuition and fees. In just the 15 years here in the Triangle I've seen these two Universities alone spend many $Billions of dollars on new research buildings that are opulent and redundant in many cases.

  23. user 15481 says:

    That shirt makes Ana look like "country sheek" home accessory a bumpkin might hang in their kitchen.

  24. Frank L says:

    Laughs in European

  25. Pat Cantin says:

    The point is to not publicly finance worthless diplomas …. Get all those women studies and ''new age sociology '' diplomas out of the equation and I'll be all for public financing…

  26. FallenHeavens says:

    If only we lived in a country where debt wasn't required to learn and better yourself.

  27. Hentie Dj says:

    A few moments later
    The Trump Administration feels bad for the banks and the money that they possibly could lose from the student loans so they passed laws so the school can't do that.

  28. brokebassoon says:

    Brian Griffin: Wow, you went to Harvard, huh? I'm an Ivy League man myself, I went to Brown.

    Wellsley Shepherdson: Ooh, my incarcerated business partner's retarded gay niece went to Brown.

  29. wishcraft4u2 says:

    It warms the cockles of my heart

  30. veronicajade20 says:

    Wow, that’s amazing! Congrats to Brown! Now if we could only have this at institutions of higher learning all over the country…🤨

  31. similaritiesendhere says:

    The U.S. stopped aggressively investing in the future a long time ago. It's called conservatism.

  32. Annihilate3275 says:

    TYT is funded by nazi George Soros. They have turned into pure propaganda.

  33. p west says:

    Why do Brown need to fund raise, they have am endowment of 3.5 billion dollars.

  34. The Artificial Society says:

    Math doesnt add up. Free college but paid for by magic, that works very well. A capitalist cutthroat economy does not care about people that cant afford the bloated cost of universities. Its just a scrap of paper anyway. The professors these days can barely speak english.

  35. MrSquareart says:

    I think that most to all school loans is what is making the US poor.

  36. nigger cunt says:

    College have your mind indoctrinated with a bunch of liberal bullshit and spend a ass load of 💰 to be a liberal dip shit and they teach to be tolerate twords people which is bullshit when someone says there conservative then you see how intolerant they are

  37. Mr. NastyinCT. says:

    The glasses aren't making Ana any smarter…

  38. Ivan Ivanovich Ivanovosky says:

    So please stop getting worthless degrees like Liberal Arts and Gender Studies.

  39. S Carithers says:

    I have no problem as long as there is no government money involved. Government is nothing but a criminal mafia that has been made legal by a vote of a group of elected criminals. If this is private, then not bad.

  40. B-leechBaboon says:

    the almighty shall smitten california first drought then debt finale ashes the righteous promise sends into a swoon of torment for demoncratic liars-

  41. Just Saiyan says:

    the most common problem with grants is who gets the grant ,
    right now only women and minorities are eligible for grants because its fashionable to hate white people and collect brown people like Pokemon for the college brochure and to satisfy sjw terrorists .
    I like the sound of free education for all but you dont mean it and brush peoples entire life off by calling them privileged based on the amount of pigment in their skin
    and just like white racists in power you people will give the worst teachers and schools and grants to whites and eventually turn the community into a ghetto.

  42. linux750 says:

    So what does this truly mean?

    Do students not have to worry about loan payments ever again since MORE scholarships and grants will be given?

    Or should students consider going somewhere else because loans are no longer a financial aid option and there will be no substitutes to fill the void left by abolishing loans?

  43. Zamolxet says:

    Middle class is working class….

  44. The freest of speech says:

    This is foolish the price for education should be attached to future earns not a flat rate.

  45. Chris Mancakes says:

    We should move forward like most of Europe and have free healthcare and education, but instead we're moving backwards. If we but all that money spent on two fake wars on free healthcare and education for all, we never have to worry about it again. That taxes spent wisely

  46. Chris Mancakes says:

    Not including all your social security money looted out of our trust fund on war

  47. TheRadFactor says:

    The student loans are the only debt that never gets written off when successfully applying for bankruptcy. This is all a great way to control intellectual masses. Burden them with debts and they will be forced to "obey".

  48. Konqueror 1 says:

    ana should get a full sleeve tattoo on one or both of her arms.

  49. whyamimrpink78 says:

    Brown has low acceptance rate and typically graduate people who earn a lot later and can donate back to the university.

  50. whyamimrpink78 says:

    Ana talking about parents earning "a little bit too much" is similar to taxes. People end up earning a little bit too much and get bumped up in the next tax bracket and are worse off financially. So does Ana support a flat tax?

  51. Blaze It Ken says:

    Why not just make college free already. By doing that you don't have to have all these arbitrary stupid unnecessary. You just go to college. End of conversation.

    I'm however pleased to see that at least somebody is addressing student debt as an issue.

  52. Jimmi Stone says:

    Thanks for letting us know student loans suck lmfao Ana gets worse every day

  53. Beyond the Journey says:

    Wait, so Brown is holding fundraiser under their name to help students pay for their tuition cost without loans. So they are still keeping their tuition at the same price, but raising money to replace the student loans that kids would have to pay back to your businesses. Why are we praising the university? Are they just trying to distract us from the main point that universities charge too much in the first place. Wow thank you kind school for taking more money from other people to foot the cost of your expensive tuition. You are still gonna make a lot of money off someone right.

  54. Original M says:

    "TYT, the original SJWs of the internet ©2017"

  55. Baron Saturday says:

    Columbia's acceptance percentage is even lower than Brown University's is today….if that's any consolation, Cenk.

  56. Pretty Prudent says:

    I clicked on it because I thought the title meant something else 🙂

  57. oscar orozco orejel says:

    Oh thank gods I was so scarred

  58. Trippy Traveler says:

    Mark Blythe teaches at Brown and is phenomenal!!!!!!

  59. Donn Worry says:

    Government needs to get out of education.. It has drove college prices out of this world because of all the loans and guaranteed money to the schools..

  60. Mirquella Santos says:

    jst4Fun: Your orange pedophile is such a failure that he is already the most hated and ridiculed man in the world. He is a gift to all comedians.

  61. Ted Logan says:

    This is a small example of the free market generating viable solutions to real problems. Given enough time, and out of need, the market will find a way to correct things as long as the government keeps out of it.

  62. Eashan Das says:

    So Proud!

  63. Melissa Smith says:

    Both of my parents went to college in the 50's and my dad went to law school. Their parents couldn't help. Mom worked in the lab and dad lived in a boarding house and did chores. They didn't have debt when they were done. This is a complicated problem and the universities are partly to blame. Step in the right direction for Brown to take responsibility.

  64. Jared Highlands says:

    What about people with a ton of debt already?

  65. Evil Doll says:

    "Meritocracy"

  66. Satwa Dude says:

    As I Brit, I got my education free – room, board, tuition, beer money(18 in UK) …in England.
    I feel really bad for American students. I'll put a small donation to Brown if they do this.

  67. Quin says:

    Oh my Goodness!!!! If that is not the most brilliant idea a university to come up with!!!! If all universities do this student loans can be eliminated across the board so we don't have to be in debt after graduating

  68. Politics with A says:

    Why are universities still charging millions for education in the age of internet. No big university fees , No more Big student loan.

  69. Politics with A says:

    For these type of university grants, the first and most recipient should be from diverse background. We have to much white privileged people lining up even for these funds.

  70. Ryan Edwards says:

    Props to Brown University for this change.

  71. Aaron La says:

    I doubt it can be completely funded, but I like the idea

  72. Mark Dunning says:

    If it aint free and easy why bother aye.

  73. Christa Oo says:

    HOPEFULLY THIS BECOMES LAW ONE DAY OR THAT THE REST OUR SCHOOLING CHANGES TO THIS SAME EXACT PROGRAMMING.

  74. Lisa Y says:

    Sorry the student I met where stupid I'll stand by that !

  75. Charlie says:

    There is a college in the Ozarks (somewhere in Missouri) that all graduates leave with no loans. I think you have to work a few hours a week for the college itself. Something like that anyway.

  76. Lisa Y says:

    Look who you elected to head of your government! Work out how many words in his vocabulary! It great !!

  77. My name is Aminé says:

    Isn’t this unfair to all the students who took out and payed loans. It’s not fair that the new students wouldn’t have to pay when the old ones did.

  78. Mya Mi says:

    hello australian students! say hello to $500k degrees and bye bye to fee-help. malcolm turdball is laughing all the way to the bank with his monocle and top hat while he 'trickles down' some golden wealth upon thee.

  79. Lone Motladi says:

    That is interesting

  80. Lisa Y says:

    Give me more as I know you went to browns

  81. Gabe Lippincott says:

    wow free market place offering free college without the government forcing tax payers to pay for your liberal arts degree, amazing i thought there was no other solution

  82. Iwanvs 95 says:

    Hopefully they will abolish the intellectual "safe space" as well.

  83. Cy Porter says:

    Easy for an ostridge to stick its head in the sand; easy to cry "fake news."

  84. Beth Goldstein says:

    Ok this is great and wonderfull…. How about we do something about the textbooks requiring you to sell your kidneys to get one you'll use for 9 hours total

  85. QuantumBraced says:

    They're taking out the loan options out of their packages, but you can obviously still get a federal or a private loan to attend if you don't get enough in scholarships and grants from them. This is hardly a change, they're just saying we'll try to give out more money in scholarships, but it's not like they're going tuition-free for everyone who isn't rich or anything.

  86. bryan james Hamilton says:

    What can Brown do for you

  87. Jeff Mullen says:

    This is exactly what we need!

    But why does nobody remember the HISTORY behind this?

    We USED TO fund college this way: scholarships and grants. THEN the conservatards moved in. They INVENTED Guaranteed Student Loans. They said that it would help to control the cost of college. As usual, THEY LIED. From the beginning, we Liberals told the truth: all that this is going to help is to help rich bankers get even richer. This is exactly what happened! SURPRISE!!!!

    So now someone is FINALLY starting to reverse this FAILED policy!

    FINALLY!

  88. xadam2dudex says:

    I wonder how this will really work out… it seems like they are really cutting out a lot of people who won't qualify for these "grants" .. you wonder if there will be stings attached to the grants… will Monsanto fund a "grant" and then require the student to support lab studies that support Monsanto's crimes ?

  89. Aidan Campbell says:

    This is a University stepping up when the government has failed in its obligations. It's no secret that America no longer produces enough graduates of sufficient quality to fill the available research positions. Brown University is doing what it can to fix the problem on its campus, but access to quality education is one of the fundamental reasons that people pay taxes. Looking at the other developed nations around the world, their educational outcomes are getting progressively better. America is going in the opposite direction.

  90. Kelly Johnson says:

    Education should be FREE we shouldnt have to pay for knowledge

  91. Charles Balliet says:

    guess its better late than never too bad millions already have unforgivable debt. also doesnt Brown university have a billion dollar endowment? seems a bit rich to ask for more donations

  92. Bionic Joey says:

    Of course that's only if Brown University can get the amount of money by donations by their fund raising.

  93. Ann Foster says:

    The building in the picture is like a ten minute walk from my apartment. (I feel cool, leave me be.)

  94. lextacy2008 says:

    No loans = no students this will totally workout /s

  95. G MG says:

    Berea College has offered free tuition some its founding.

  96. Chris Wright says:

    Brown University is where Emma Watson attended. Seems like they have more of a heart than some other, more prestigous schools.

  97. kelarly says:

    College is not for all, and it is definitely not for everybody. A lot of people who are in college today should probably not be there. There are many careers that you would be better off doing just by training in that field for a few years after high school, than you would be with no experience and tons of debt after 4-5 years of college. It's hurting our society by telling everybody you NEED to go to college to be successful… you don't.

  98. americanwillow says:

    Cool!

  99. Angel0fJustice25 says:

    That’s cool. Where would they get the money from????

  100. God Bear says:

    This plus 2 years free tuition if you go to school in your state would be great.

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