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Campus Reform
November 23, 3018

According to U.S. News and World Report, the average cost of tuition at public colleges during the 2018-2019 academic year is $9,716 for in-state students and $21,629 for out-of-state students. At private colleges, the average cost of tuition is even more expensive, at $35,676. 

These overwhelming costs, paired with the rampant liberal bias and abuse on campuses throughout the country, can make choosing the right college challenging.

That’s why, this Thanksgiving, Campus Reform, has the top five colleges you’re probably glad your kids don’t attend.

1. San Diego State University

In February, Campus Reformreported on a course being offered at SDSU that was dedicated exclusively to removing President Donald Trump from office. The one-credit course, titled “Trump: Impeachment, Removal, or Conviction” stated that the only required reading for the class was a book called The Case for Impeachment. The college later scrapped the explicit reference to Trump in the course, focusing instead on the potential process of impeachment for any U.S. president. Also this year, SDSU announced that its Aztec mascot would be referred to as its “spirit leader,” so as to “achieve a respectful portrayal” of the Native American figure. Finally, in October, SDSU changed its policy on identifying crime suspects so that officers could no longer use suspects’ race in their publicly available suspect descriptions unless there was enough “identifiable information.”

2. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities announced in May that it was seeking to hire an abortionist to train other medical professionals to perform abortions at the local Planned Parenthood as well as the on-campus medical center.

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“This one-year fellowship/instructorship sponsored by the University of Minnesota Medical Center Family…

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