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Colleges are learning that small cost-cutting and money-making measures, like charging for printing, getting rid of dining hall trays or selling naming rights for campus bathrooms, can really add up.
First, understand what that degree is really going to cost. Then use these strategies to wrestle the price down to a level your family can afford.
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Our guide will help you figure out what college will actually cost you and how to make it more affordable.
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