Free college education in exchange for making sundaes? Yes!

College of the Ozarks, outside Branson, Missouri, is one of the most unusual universities in America: It's free. All students have to do in exchange for a free education is agree to work 15 hours a week. Students don't pay tuition, and they graduate debt-free. In exchange, though, they may have to milk a few cows or drizzle a little hot fudge for folks who stop by for a visit.




I paid a visit to this small Presbyterian liberal arts university to see how it works -- and to find out what free college tastes like.
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