Classes that break the bank
Think your 9 a.m. Lit Hum class is bad? (I know I certainly do.) But, even with all its pitfalls, at least you can secure the books for Lit Hum for under $100. Imagine now, not only having to wake up early, but also having to pay two or three times the cost. Want to feel better about yourself and your class schedule? Read on to see these wallet destroyers.
Skiing is the clear winner here. To take the class (and lug oneself out before 8 a.m. on a weekend), a $400 fee is necessary. Yes, skiing is pretty awesome, but still expensive (and early!)
Sailing is the same, only with the slightly lighter $395 Physical Education fee and the less arduous burden of only waking by 10 a.m.
For those of you who are in SEAS, the required Introduction to Java class costs a whooping $254.90.
Spectrum wants to know though—got any other classes that break the bank? Tell us below!
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