Costs of Higher Education

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11 June 2008

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THE COSTS OF A HIGHER EDUCATION

Over the last 30 years, the cost of a college education, including tuition and fees, has risen annually an average of 6% or more, according to the College Board, a nonprofit association of colleges(1). The combination of the increase in cost and lack of academic support has negatively impacted the number of individuals currently attending an institution of higher education.

To ensure that every eligible student has the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential, we offer guidance services for financial planning and a variety of scholarships and grants to make acquiring a college education affordable.

No aspiring student should have to settle for less.

RESOURCES

Clark, Kim. College Tuition Prices Continue to Rise. October 23, 2007.

http://www.usnews.com/articles/business/paying-for college/2007/10/23/college-tuition-prices-continue-to- rise.html