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I don't get it, if you worked 30 hours/week the entire year, no less, you would still not have enough to cover tuition, books, housing, food.
someone claiming they can do this and graduate debt free is either a liar, took time off from school to work, used social assistance programs, or is getting money from an outside source such as their parents.
read it. it said he got scholarships that cover 90% of his tuition.
take washington for example. the average cost including all expenses for the UW is roughly 24,000. with his scholarships, he would be paying 2400 a year. working 30 hours a week at minimum wage would be $256 a week. he could easily cover the remaining tuition with that.
i know its not the same everywhere, but seattle is one of the more expensive places to live and it would be possible here with his situation, so he could do it a lot of other places too