Pay for college and get a trip to Hawaii? Six college students and their families share strategies for cutting the cost of higher education.
A growing number of colleges are cutting tuition or speeding up the rate at which students can attain a degree in order to boost enrollment -- and their bottom line.
Our guide will help you figure out what college will actually cost you and how to make it more affordable.
There are many ways to shave the costs of college tuition with little known things like sibling discounts and grants for non-resident students.
With the average cost of attendance at the top "affordable" public universities closing in on $30,000 a year -- just about everybody needs a little help paying for college these days.
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