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Voices: Residency programs make colleges more accessible

When given the choice between paying in-state or out-of-state tuition, most students would consider this to be a no-brainer. In addition to the lower price tag, I don’t know any anyone who wants to still be paying off student loans when they’re 40. 442 more words

COLLEGE CHOICE

22-Year-Old Brat Blows $90,000 Meant For College On Clothes & A EuroTrip

As we all know too well, college is expensive. Like, tens of thousands of dollars expensive. One girl named Kim was lucky enough to have a college fund provided by her grandparents but dumb enough to blow all that money on clothes and a vacation to Europe. 342 more words

Lifestyle

Sweet Plans for tuition

And so the BIG DAY came and I walked it in heels.
I’d dreamt of graduation, still it all felt surreal.

I thought 12th grade was tops, but it’s really the start of the hill. 159 more words

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Just Say "No" To College

It’s going to cost $100k per year to go to college pretty soon.  And when you finish, you won’t be able to find a job to pay back the $400k you owe for the pleasure of reading used books and eating Taco Bell at 4 am in a town you never would’ve chosen to live in if you had an actual life. 392 more words

Finance And Economics

The magic of education & the education of magic


J K Rowling is a rockstar in many ways. Everyone knows her as the author of the phenomenally successful Harry Potter books, the deliverer of awesome… 1,497 more words

Updates From the July 13 GET Committee Meeting

July 14, 2015
Dear GET Customers,

Yesterday afternoon the GET Committee met for the first time since the close of the 2015 legislative session and the passing of the College Affordability Act, which lowers the cost of tuition at Washington’s public colleges and universities. 858 more words

Would You Pay For The Cure?

I recently attended a graduation with proud parents, friends, and family. At every gathering, there are stories about what’s happening with the kids, stories about those who have gone on to college or those who are almost there. 545 more words

Financial Education