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Unformatted text preview: Depending on the value that you place on your time, and the hassle of preparing and keeping up with your lunch, you may decide that buying your lunch at school is actually cheaper. Living on campus versus commuting from off-campus, which is cheaper. If you live on campus, the need for a motor vehicle is practically non-existent. Your room rent on campus includes your utilities with the exception of your phone and perhaps cable TV. Choosing the meal plan means you dont have to go to the grocery store, cook, or wash any dishes. If your roommate flunks out or quits school, your share of the rent remains the same when you live on campus. As a matter of fact, more students wanted to live on campus this year than in recent years past which caused quite a problem for many first year, Ag. Institute students this fall. Could lower cost be the reason?...
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- Fall '10