Geneva--Tom Reed talks with students about the trials of college ranging from choosing the right school, to cost, to post-grad jobs. “Students here at Hobart and William Smith, like most students, face a huge economic burden when they leave for college and that isn’t fair,” Reed told a group of HWS students. “Choosing to go to college is a huge decision, but it’s one we have each made because it will help us reach our goals. I care about you and I am fighting to make sure you have the tools you need to succeed.”
“Tom Reed is fighting for what students need and care about—money in their pockets, relief from crippling debt, and a world in which they can achieve their American Dream,” stated Amy Hasenberg, Tom Reed for Congress Spokeswoman. “That means a strong national security, which we haven’t seen from Obama, and addressing our students’ needs, which Tom has been hard at work on.”
“Tom Reed is fighting for students like me. I know that because he is here and I have seen him in my community and throughout New York fighting for us. I am proud to support Tom,” said Tyler Fuller, junior at HWS.
Tom Reed talks with Hobart and William Smith students about college costs.