"Earning a college degree doesn’t have to leave you broke. Depending on where you live, you might be able to obtain a top-notch education on the cheap," according to Yahoo! Finance.
"... You can check the College Board website to find out how your state’s public college tuition rates compare with other states.
So, before you dismiss college as too expensive, check out your state’s public universities. There’s a good chance your education dollar will go a lot further there than at private schools.
Many states also have programs that enable residents to attend college in another state without having to fork over big bucks for out-of-state tuition. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has more information."
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Publication Date: 1/6/2017