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5 Ways to Reduce the Cost of College

By Meaghan Montrose

College is expensive. It has always been expensive. The problem is with the poor economy and the recent increases in college tuition, affording a college education is becoming harder and harder. College students are already graduating from college with mounds of debt and college loans and then have to face a competitive job market.

Skipping college is not the right solution for most students. Many jobs require a college degree. The best answer is to find a way to reduce the cost of college. The GoCollege.com blog has written a post that provides 5 Major Steps to Reducing the cost of College. One of the suggestions in the post is to attend a community college for the first year or two to earn the basic college course credits before attending a college or university to take specified courses for your desired degree.

Check out the post for more helpful money-saving tips.

Topics: College Preparation and Advice | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “5 Ways to Reduce the Cost of College”

  1. hsia Says:

    Going to a community college is of course cheaper,
    but you have to be sure to transfer to a public state university school for your final 60 hours.
    Is instruction in a public state university school better? Not always, but a sure fact is taht they look better in your resume. This post is very intersting and can really help students to save some money, only by thinking differently.

  2. Breakfast Nook ยท Says:

    well of course community colleges are part of a good educational system too .;-