While people have complained about the costs of undergraduate education for generations, things have really gotten out of control in the last decade or so, the Daily Caller reports. Loans, scholarships and grants allow most students to attend at some kind of discount. But the retail cost of a year of education is close to unconscionable at a slew of colleges and universities. It’s hard to get a handle on the exact price tag for attendance at most colleges. When it comes to surreptitiously adding costs, college administrators are as subtle as the best three-card monte dealers and twice as creative. Matriculation fees, technology fees and the like are common. The calculation of annual cost on this list assumes that students are living in a dorm and eating campus grub. Otherwise, the cost only includes unavoidable charges: tuition, various required fees, books, and supplies…

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