I don't know what's worse. The fact that this university is actually going to charge students for a "credited" class based on the occupy movement, or the fact that some people in this forum are so partisan and blinded, that they're trying to defend it. Kudos to whomever it was that mentioned the tuition and protesting these schools. While I certainly empathize with the protesters fundamentally, and will always support an individuals right to protest, I think the movement had is somewhat wrong. Their political, and ideological, blindness had them ignore much of what has put them in the position they dislike so much. Those people should have been protesting government, and these universities, more so than Wall Street. Government for passing the policies, providing the cheap subsidy money, and piling up a tab that is passed on to the consumer taxpayer. The universities for charging massive tuition fees, getting in bed with those supplying students cheap money, and ripping off localities by gobbling up valuable real state that they use tax free.