Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Some advice for adults

As more adults return to college to obtain a degree, finding ways to finance their education without being saddled heavily with debt is essential. 
The National Center for Education Statistics, the Washington, D.C.-based federal entity for collecting and analyzing education data, predicts that the enrollment rate for students aged 25 and older will increase 20% by 2023. The number of students who were 25 years old and up increased by 35% between 2000 and 2012. 
The average annual cost of a four-year college in 2020 will be $46,368, a 38% increase compared to the current fees, according to The College Board, the New York-based non-profit organization. 
For those returning to school to get an education, doing so in a strategic manner can greatly reduce costs.

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