2. Get a federal loan.
... Oh yes, federal loans. I've got $40,000 of those, which are in "forbearance" right now because I'm unemployed, meaning that the feds are paying the interest for a while, which is convenient for me, but not for our government which is now owned by China....
Really, that's about all you did for us – gave us a lecture hall, gave us an arrogant bastard to listen to, and gave us a room full of computers we could use sometimes, and you gave us a degree that employers look at and say "This guy knows how to write reports. Amusing." And I will be paying for this privilege until I am 51 years old..."
Comment: Just imagine the waste of money and time attending classes held by Robert Reich (Harvard) or Paul Krugman (Princeton) and a host of other so-called "academic" economists. Being myself an economist, though of a different kind, with the roots of my education in continental Europe, I am simply horrified of what has been going on over the past decades in US education, at least in economics and business, in the areas that I am familiar with, yet I am told it is not much different in other disciplines, maybe even worse.