College Tuition is Skyrocketing But So Are College Housing Costs

One of the fastest growing costs of college education is not just tuition but student housing. Average cost of tuition at public colleges tripled between 1990 and 2018 to $10,270. As a result, average student debt has increased from about $11,000 to about $35,000 in that time. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and […]

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NYU Announces Free Tuition for its Medical Students

New York University has announced that effective immediately the tuition of all of its current and future medical students will be covered by the institution. The decision affects ninety-three first-year students and another 350 students who have up to three years left in their programs. The announcement was made Thursday at the NYU’s medical school, […]

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Game Show’s Grand Prize: Paying Off Your Student Loans

There is a total of $1.3 trillion of outstanding student debt in the U.S. right now. Nearly 44 million Americans carry some debt from tuition related expenses. The average student now carries $37,000 in debt. A new game show hopes to alleviate those obligations by doing something novel: paying them off. “Paid Off,” a show […]

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