Posts Tagged ‘College Tuition’

There’s no denying that college is expensive, and is right up there with one of the most costliest purchases that many people will make in their lifetime. There is more than tuition to budget for, including course materials and textbooks, living expenses, etc. Luckily, there are different options for funding a college education. If you’d […]

Some of the following tips can help to make your college education more affordable:  Select classes carefully  Not all classes cost the same, so consider this when making your selection each semester. You may spend more by taking a class that includes additional credits, is offered online, or requires additional materials. Unless it’s a course […]

       Tuition is easily one of the biggest expenses to prepare for when it comes to attending college, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other ways to fund your education or lower the cost of your tuition. Some of the following tips can help to make your college education more affordable: Scholarships Ask your […]

As college tuition continues to increase year after year, prospective students need to take cost into consideration when selecting their school. As of 2013, the following were the most expensive colleges in the United States: 1. School: Sarah Lawrence College Location: Bronxville, NY Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $61,236   2. […]

According to a recent report, 529 college-savings plans are becoming less expensive as options increase and fees decrease. With the skyrocketing price of college education, planning for a loved one’s future has taken on new significance. The study evaluated all of the 529 plans in the United States, which, as of December 31, 2012, totaled […]

With the cost of college continuing to rise, more and more parents are locking in today’s prices for the future. Many are investing in 529 college plans for their children’s education. A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged investment plan in the United States that was created to encourage saving for the future higher education costs […]

It’s a well-known fact that college can be expensive. When it comes to paying for college, student loans are not always the best answer. Those who take out student loans graduate college with an average of $25,250 in debt. Although it may be necessary to borrow some money to pay for college expenses, it is worth […]