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The elevators at the college of pharmacy have been completely out of service for well over a year now.

This is unacceptable. This semester for graduate tuition student service fees and registration fees came out to just

under $1,200. If you multiply this by the 100 students in each pharmacy year and by 4 years that is $480,000 PER

SEMESTER for just the pharmacy students alone. This is not including any other fees, tuition prices, or students

who are not in the pharmacy program. Wayne State is more concerned about making a profit than providing a safe

and accessible campus to their students. If I could go back in time I would have rather have gone to any other

pharmacy program and I can't wait until I graduate as I will never donate a single penny to Wayne.

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