By Bill Melo
Colleges and their students tend to be at odds when it comes to saving money. Students feel like they pay enough in tuition and fees, but colleges have tremendous costs to deal with, and have started charging for services that used to be free. Take for instance, printing.
Even though we live in the digital age, college professors still want papers delivered in hard copy. It doesn’t matter if it’s an English paper or a Chemistry lab, scholars are required to print. So students need to own a printer or pay to print their reports. Read More