Honestly, while I feel that college tuition costs have outrageously skyrocketed, the budgeting and planning for those expenses comes many years beforehand. If someone can’t do the basic math of what the rough cost will be once they have selected a school. Perhaps college isn’t for them. I think efforts would be better served in reducing the interest rates of those with outstanding student loan debt. This will allow them to be able to support themselves and contribute to the economy more than they are able to now. Banks shouldn’t have been allowed a less than 1% interest rate on bailout money when they caused their own problems. We should be helping young people or people who went back to school to improve themselves a better future by lowering the interest rate on student loans AND making it deferred while they are in school (or at least for 4 years). It was back in the 1980’s and there is no reason we can’t do that again!