Absurdly Expensive College Faces $5 MILLION Budget Crisis After Radical Loons Run Wild Photo of Eric Owens

Yet another American college is suffering an “unexpected” plunge in enrollment and a massive budget deficit after a series of outbursts by radical fringe protesters and professors.

This time, the school is Oberlin College, a private, 2,900-student enclave of progressivism in small-town Ohio where the cost for a single year of tuition, fees and room and board is $69,372.

Oberlin was also home to the Crazed Joy Karega who really should have an award for Batshit Crazy named after her.

  • Alain

    Why would anyone pay to go to a private college of indoctrination when they can get the same thing at a lower rate at any other college?

    • Brand name recognition, I guess.

    • WalterBannon

      Why would anyone pay to go to any university today, unless they were taking a STEM program?

      If you want an education in the arts, go to the library, its free.

    • My two youngest graduated high school last June. One signed on with The Navy and ships out for SEAL training in January. The other is off to Israel to study. The American Academy is a poisonous environment and I am proud that my boys have chosen to do better than that and I am relieved that I will not have to pay to have them in amongst a pretentious lot of professors who would try to teach them to despise me.

  • WalterBannon

    The cost for a single year of indoctrination is $69,372…

    At least at Jonestown, the Kool-Aide was free. This Oberlin cult is a little pricey.

  • There has never been a more respectable way to detach fools from their money than a modern college education. Oberlin is doing us all a favor by taking money from liberals and leaving them unemployable. 🙂

  • Clausewitz

    Oberlin College, the only educational institution where every degree ends in the word “Studies”.

  • xavier

    Biblically funded education is in the same straitsxas traditional publishing. You can go elsewhere at a cheaper price for education. Just like reading you can buy independently published ebooks. Education is the same

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Oberlin is Michelle Malkin’s alma mater, but she had the fortitude to think for herself and reject the indoctrination.