And by “on the cheap,” we mean for totally free. US News’ Professors’ Guide Rocket Science rip Woodstock divx Crocodile Dundee II video just posted some tips on how to take classes from top universities (ours included, nah-turally … ) via the interwebs. A couple of high rollin’ philanthropic foundations partnered with the OpenCourseWare Consortium to put course materials online, accessible to anyone with the cojones to undertake something requiring this much self-discipline.

Yep, the wise professors of the Professors’ Guide fairly warn you to beware of apathy–because, honestly, how likely are you to keep up with a class you’re not paying your parents’ hard-earned money to take? You’ve got about a snowball’s chance in hell of actually getting anything out of it–unless it’s a subject for which you have (brace yourself … ) genuine Medicine Man psp

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Or, if you’re looking for something a little less useful than a full course, you could just use your summer to catch up on all those famous guest speakers that came to campus. Audio from many of those events is posted on Berkeley’s webcast site, too.

His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama: Peace Through Compassion [YouTube]
6 Tips for Taking College Courses Free of Charge [US News]
UC Berkeley Webcasts [Website]
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