Tips on Cutting Your College Costs
The cost of college has skyrocketed as you're likely well aware of over the past 15 to 20 years. The average student debt upon graduation is well over $30,000, with some students four to five times that much.
Adrian Ridner, CEO and founder of the website study.com, has offered up many ways for people to cut their college costs - maybe even by up to fifty-percent!
He also pointed out that most employers don't care about the college you attended. Unless it's Ivy League, go for a less-expensive school. Also, taking accredited courses online can give you a jump and especially taking as many college credit courses as you can while in high school can save big money.