This weekend students of Boston University received an email announcing Boston University’s plan to increase tuition by 2 to 4 feet per hour.
With winds up to 55 miles per hour, next years tuition will put many students’ financial aid at risk.
“I’m from California, so I’m not really used to this tuition increase stuff!” said Katie Stegman (CAS ’20). “Two to four feet isn’t that much though right? I’ll just wear a sweatshirt.”
The university recommended that the best way to handle the higher tuition is to never go outside, as conditions may be treacherous.
Sources report that the raise in tuition has caused grocery store lines to be extra long, as people hoard food for the next year.
At press time, tuition was raised so much this year that Boston University announced that classes on the Charles River Campus would be cancelled tomorrow.