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For me, and I'm guess others who are living in a large city, the problem isn't just the price of parking at school, but also the price of a parking permit for your building or a permit for street parking. I'll definitely miss my car.
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My school offers several different price ranges. In UG parking was slightly under $100. The lowest parking fee for law school is for the parking area furthest from the law school building. I am opting for a slightly higher fee that falls into your $750-$1000 range. I think the fee is high but less than half of the big city northern school I considered. . .which was close to $2,000! Hard to understand why parking is so expensive and why it is not included as part of the tuition.
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cinephile wrote:For me, and I'm guess others who are living in a large city, the problem isn't just the price of parking at school, but also the price of a parking permit for your building or a permit for street parking. I'll definitely miss my car.
This. School parking is pretty much the same cost as a discounted transit pass for us, but the added price of garage parking in my building makes it much more expensive.
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To beg the question doesn't actually mean to beg the question, which is why I hate the phrase and can never remember what it actually means. I think it means to obviate the question, which doesn't mean "to make obvious". Anyway, it's a stupid phrase for not meaning what it says.
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pitt is 350 a semester. Parking is on the opposite side of campus, while the bus stop is literally in front of the law school. The bus pass is pre paid with your tuition money ( so you dont have to pay more to ride the buses) and runs from 6 until 10ish ( depending on whatbus you are taking).
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