This is a joke because I have no idea what it means. I just got some information today and thought it would be funny to share.
Harvard is a college-school-based system that provides free access to the law courts for all students. Harvard is a liberal arts college and it’s a pretty great system. I wonder if it is still in the works.
I did a quick Google and it seems that Harvard is currently a little on the expensive side for law schools. But that is just my opinion.
Harvard is a very expensive school to attend, so I would imagine it would be a difficult financial burden for many students. Many students are still only able to attend for three years before they have to take out loans. But that doesn’t seem to be a problem for Harvard. They have an “F” grade in the “Cost of Attendance” category and are offered a “C”-credit, which is basically free.
I think that Harvard’s policy is a great example of why schools should care about having a reasonable budget. Most schools have a budget of a few thousand dollars, and that puts the burden on all the students to pay that back. But Harvard has a policy of putting the burden on the student to pay back loans, rather than taking out a loan for every student.
The university I went to, the law school I went to, the university I went to, and the university I went to all have a budget of a few hundred dollars. So for every one of those schools, you have to pay back a few hundred dollars out of your pocket. That’s a lot.
Harvard, to be fair, has a policy of taking out a small loan to cover the cost of college. The law school, in contrast, I went to, and the university I went to is all students, and they have a fixed amount they have to pay back each semester.