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N.C. Community Colleges Reopen to Undocumented Students

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The North Carolina State Community College Board has reversed its ban on admission of undocumented students to the state's community colleges, according to Inside Higher Education. But the board also decided that the community colleges must charge undocumented students out-of-state tuition rates.

The fact that undocumented students must pay the out-of-state tuition rate, which is more than $7,000 per year for a full load of courses, will put the goal of attending a community college in North Carolina out of reach for many such students, critics of the policy say.

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You have made a very bad mistake, there North Carolina. Instead of passing a law to allow illegal aliens to go to college, you should be passing a State Illegal Immigration Law to get rid of the illegal aliens. What are you thinking? Other States are passing State Illegal Immigration Laws, Rhode Island, Utah, Oklahoma, Arizona, Missouri, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia and a few other States. Illegal aliens are a big part of the problems we have here in America, healthcare, economy, jobs and many other things, and there you are pandering to these illegal aliens. Let them go back to their own Country for an education. All I can say is SHAME, SHAME, SHAME, on you North Carolina. You are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

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