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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Financial Aid


"College is expensive, and costs have gone up -- as much as 8 percent a year -- while we've suffered through a bad economy. According to the College Board, the average total cost for a student in the U.S. to attend a four-year, in-state public school in 2012/13 was $22,261. Out-of-state students paid $35,312 and the cost for a four-year private school was $43,289."

Find out how you can get money to help pay for college in Making College Real -- Financial Aid. This article appeared in the "U-T San Diego" on September 2, 2013.

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