Best New Ideas in Money: Here’s what it would take to make college tuition-free

It wasn’t until the second semester of his freshman year in college that Tinashe Chaponda realized how good he had it.

The now-23-year-old watched as his friends at Western Michigan University were stressed out about affording tuition and finding jobs with a salaries high enough to pay back student loans after they graduated.

Chaponda built his class schedule around what he was interested in, not necessarily what would pay well. And, since he could afford not to work while in school, Chaponda had the time to start an organization that connects students interested in volunteering with local nonprofits.

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