If you haven’t noticed, these college tuition increases are really tipping the scales.
I think it’s time to prescribe some major dietary changes to these bloated college tuition rates.
Does anyone actually have the power to do something about this?
Your about to find out what happened with our family.
Before I do that, let’s take a brief look back into college tuition prices in the past.
Grab the ice cream because this going to be shocking.
Almost 40 years ago, the average college tuition for 1 year was only $500. By the early 1980’s, it doubled.
By 1990, it more than doubled again to around $2300. In the year 2000, it was about $4000.
Here we are in 2010, and the average college tuition cost is $7000 per year. And this is for the state colleges.
Now my wife and I are raising 8 awesome children with one who recently graduated from high school.
He wants a business degree and I’m looking at our savings account.
We decided we were not going to keep feeding calories to the college system.
After doing some research, we excitedly found a legal and ethical and moral way to reverse this gluttonous trend of college tuition increases.
Here’s what we found:
1) Avoid tuition fees for the first 3 years of college through using 2 awesome testing credit programs called CLEP and DANTES.
2) Enroll in a regionally accredited on-line university for your senior year and transfer up to 90 college credits there.
3) Complete this last year through online classes and graduate with a bachelor’s degree.
Not only will you get huge tuition savings, but you will save 10’s of thousands of dollars on room and board costs.
College tuition increases can now be a thing of the past for your family, too.
Get the details and help you need to trim all the fat off today’s AVERAGE COLLEGE COST NOW!