How to Go to College For Free

"In a country where it’s common to have tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt, getting a college education for free is a radical idea. Unless a full scholarship is on the table, most people may not consider it an option to go to college for free," Forbes reports.

..."Attending an in-state school is the best way to get a free four-year college education because states often offer more financial aid to local students. Some states, like Indiana, New York and Washington, even have free four-year college options for eligible applicants.

In some cases, you may be eligible for in-state tuition at an out-of-state school. For example, residents in New England can receive in-state tuition if they attend another New England college. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators offers a full list of regions that offer tuition exchange programs."

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Publication Date: 6/2/2021

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