Emory University, a highly ranked institution in Georgia, is sending a clear message to illegal immigrants: We’ll do everything possible to pay your way through school.
At the same time, they’re sending a clear message to international students who are here legally: You’re going to have to pay for them.
According to The College Fix, “Emory meets 100% of demonstrated financial need for undergraduate Undocumented Students (with or without DACA) who are admitted as first-year, first-degree-seeking students, and who graduated from a U.S. high school through a combination of grants and scholarships, institutional work study (DACA students only), and institutional loans.”
Typical tuition for American students is $50,000 a year.
But what if you’re an international student who is here legally? It’s $70,000 a year.
In other words, if you’ve followed our laws in entering country, you’ll be required to put even more into the campus coffers to help fund the tuitions of students who are in America illegally.
Emory’s website also states that for international students, “As an international applicant, you are required to certify that you have sufficient funds to cover your expenses while attending Emory University.”
But if you’re an illegal immigrant, it appears that the only thing you have to prove financially is that you’re broke.
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