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Northface University Petition

24 Signatures Goal: 100

Northface University students pay an exorbinant amount of money for our tuition. On top of this, we pay for a Technology Fee (for our laptops) and a Library Fee (for the eLibrary; which is a mandatory charge, regardless if you use it or not), and books. By and large, by the time the average student graduates from Northface University, said student will be close to 85,000 dollars in debt. In the grand scheme of things, the unlimited use of printers and a larger library is very little to ask when the purchases of Northface University includes a big screen plasma TV and an unnecessarily indulgent Transport Van(with rims and an premium stereo system). This petition will be petitioning the faculty of Northface University to: 1) Make the printers accessible at all times of the day. 2) Allow students UNLIMITED use of printers without having to sign in to use them (We don\'t mind if they log us by IP\'s, but to sign every time we print is an unwarranted hassle). 3) Increase the library advantageously by other avenues than student donations. 4) Allow the eLibrary charge to be optional for those who plan/wish to use the eLibrary. 5) Stop assigning homework that REQUIRES eLibrary searching. We are college students and can do our research however we see fit. By signing this petition you will be enabling yourself to increase your academic learning possibilities. It\'s Northface Universities mission statement to \"Establish the finest University in the world for software developers\". How can they do this when they limit our resources

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This petition was set forth by Northface University students.

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Signatures

  • 8 years ago
    Eat a fat one! . United States
    8 years ago
  • 10 years ago
    James Dickinson United States
    10 years ago
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    uRputtz puttz United States
    10 years ago
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    Dumb Idea United States
    10 years ago
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    Gary Simpson United States
    10 years ago
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    Marshall James Quander, Esq. United States
    10 years ago
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    Julian Gautier United States
    10 years ago
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    Keel Russell United States
    10 years ago
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    Kris Dymond United States
    10 years ago
  • 10 years ago
    your mom United States
    10 years ago
  • 10 years ago
    Some Student United States
    10 years ago
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    Michael Brown United States
    10 years ago
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    Todd Olson United States
    10 years ago
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    Daniel Hokanson United States
    10 years ago
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    Joe Tanner United States
    10 years ago
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