Affordable Four-Year Public Universities with Good Outcomes – from the Department of Education

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Affordable Four-Year Schools with Good Outcomes

These four-year public colleges offer their students an affordable higher education, with relatively high salaries. As students weigh the costs and benefits of higher education, it’s especially important to find schools that can offer them the best possible outcomes. For students looking for a high return on investment, these institutions may offer good opportunities.

College State Average Net Price Typical Earnings 
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College is More Affordable Than You Think

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Great news!  A new tuition calculator has just been launched to help students and families figure out the actual cost of some prestigious private colleges.  “Myintuition” is the work of a Wellesley College economist named Phillip Levine.  It’s an anonymous, user-friendly tool which allows you calculate the costs at the following participating colleges:

Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Colorado College, Columbia, Dartmouth, Mt. Holyoke, Pomona, Rice, The University of Virginia, Vassar, Washington and Lee, Wellesley, Wesleyan and Williams.

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Paying for College? Read This Book.

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“Paying for College Without Going Broke”

Starting to fret and break a sweat about paying for college? You are in good company. With the economy still flat and the cost of tuition on the rise, most of us are stressing. Adding to our stress is the inaction of the Congress to keep student loan interest rates low. More and more, affording college, especially a private one, is feeling out of reach for the average US family.

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