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This Sallie Mae graphic shows that the average spent for college annually is $26,458. You can get a strong college for less. Just get our OTC book: America’s Most Affordable Colleges: Our Definitive List, which is part of our OTC College Counseling System. Also, on...read more
The COA (total Cost Of Attendance— everything included) can be found on each college’s website. But that number is the retail sticker COA. Subtract the student’s scholarships to get the annual net cost. For the final family net cost, then subtract the student’s...read more
“How can my child get into a highly selective school like Duke or Williams?” “How can my child win the big scholarships?” The typical answer to these common questions is “The Big Three:” grades, test scores, and an extracurricular skill. But true expertise in a...read more
With the holidays approaching, you may want some reading suggestions for the scholars in your life. Our own John Baylor has compiled his list of recommended books for college-bound students. His top three picks: My Antonia by Willa Cather. As a writer, Cather has few...read more
Unless you have a hefty college fund, financing your college education may be your only option, but don’t despair. If you'd rather not drown in student debt, there are strategies to keep your loans to a minimum. Here are four: 1. Stick to an in-state school or...read more
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