Hills University, the college that promised high US News rankings by opening with a $100,000/year tuition price tag has once again changed the face of higher education for the über-entitled.
“We have opened a remote learning site we’ve dubbed the ‘Blackberry Campus,’” said Hills admissions director Wesley Cavallari. “Through Blackberry, students can take classes through text messages and Twitter media.”
“Our students have real lives,” said trustee George W. Hilton. “My niece is busy being a debutante, but she’s paying so much she deserves a degree. On the Blackberry campus no class is longer than 140 characters. She can earn her degree quickly and in a way that matches her learning style.”