Most don't. The average student loan debt is less than $30,000.
Hardly anyone pays "full sticker price" tuition; most receive grants, scholarships, and other financial aid. Those that do usually have parents that can afford it without relying on massive loans.
And the average salary for a college...
Maybe our robot overlords will succeed in making the world a better place.
The reality is the very few high school/teenage romances end in marriage. As a result, it is wise for a student to select the university that best fits them in terms of academic, culture, cost, and opportunities.
You will never know if you'd still have married your wife even if you'd selected a more...
I’m 17 in 11th grade right now and I’m going to be looking at colleges next year. I plan on majoring in forensic science. From what I’ve heard, college basically takes up all free time you have...is that true?? As of now, I’m high school, I always get my work done super fast, get good grades and have a lot of free...
I'm so confused about everything! btw suggest me for a good major to get in2 med school through MCAT. Please share your experience! Thanks
How can I finish college faster I have 31 classes left 93 credit hours left. I will be graduating in 2021.
I wrote a terrible essay for my online English class because I was very busy and decided to wait until the last minute. I feel that the teacher will think that I'm stupid and a bad student. I thought about explaining to the teacher the reason why my essay was terrible but I'm not sure if its a good idea....
I have a 1.7 right now and it is the spring semester of my sophomore year. I am taking 4 classes that are all worth 3 credits. If I get an A-, C, B-, B- then will that give me the .3 boost i need to get a 2.0. I actually want to transfer. But thats another problem. Fall deadlines are next month for most colleges...
Where emphasis is place on giving the students the education where when they graduate they can go out and start a career instead being indoctrinated in liberal ideology and getting an education in which there is no demand for.
Right now I'm in college and the 2nd semester just started, I don't want to continue as of now but soon in the future. Like 2 years from now. And I haven't picked a class yet, so will I owe money or will financial aidata and GPA go down if I don't? Like what will the consequences be?
I am a college senior and do not plan to take my LSAT until maybe a year after I graduate because I hear it requires a lot of preparation.
However I have no idea what kind of law I want to specialize in. I feel like a big idiot and I also think I lack zeal, motivation and intelligence. However I really do love the...