Your Education. Your Investment.

Your degree should work as hard as you do.

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The net price is what you actually pay. It’s not the sticker price set by the college.

The sticker price can be scary. The net price is what you pay each year after subtracting scholarships and grants that don’t need to be paid back.

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Did you know that graduation rates differ wildly from school to school?

About 400,000 students drop out of college each year. You should know which colleges actually graduate their students within a reasonable time.

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A big paycheck might not look so sweet if you’re facing big debt payments for college.

Getting a degree is not only about a paycheck, but also about the debt you may take on. It will vary depending on where you go.

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