One thing is for certain though, regardless of the state of our economy, the demand for higher education will always be there. And unless you attend a local community college, you can expect to have a HUGE amount of college debt after graduation.
Furthermore, one would think that students who choose to attend a more expensive prestigious college would have no problem obtaining a decent job to pay the bills (and student loans). But today’s economy has put a damper on companies that normally hire college graduates from these elite schools.
Below is a list of the 20 most expensive colleges in the country, based on their tuition and room & board costs. Can you believe that the top 15 are now over $60,000 per year – per student!
Whether your student plans to attend a private college, or a lower-cost state university, the fact remains the same: college is expensive! If your student will be a junior or senior in high school this fall, you should begin planning how to pay this cost NOW! Give us a call! We can help!
Institution 2015-2016 Costs
The author of this newsletter is Brock Jolly.