Mark Cuban gives key insights into the cost of college - and the future of college tuition money. The continued trend of "Easy Money," where students get loans easily for college (which has amassed to over $1 trillion in US debt) has led to inflated college tuition prices, and a potential bubble.
To combat piling student debt, Mark Cuban argues for students to attend their lower division classes and electives at community colleges - or, going a step further, even dual credit or AP classes in high school, where school is essentially free.
Additionally, Cuban calls for the restructuring of collegiate budgets amongst school administrators, professors, and buildings divided by subject. Cuban believes different buildings for different disciplines are unnecessary, costly, and unsustainable.