A 2015 Guide to Paying for College

The world of higher education is rapidly shifting, and what was true even just 10 years ago may no longer apply. Author Mark Bilotta tries to keep you current with Paying for College: A 2015 Guide to Saving Time and Money. Bilotta points out that it’s no longer good enough to be accepted to the school of your choice. You also have to figure out how to pay for it.

If you don’t, you could land in the unfortunate position of having some credits, but not enough to graduate. You don’t have a degree, but you have student loans that need to be repaid. This is a very serious issue, since one of the leading reasons for leaving college is not having enough money to continue.

Bilotta has done a huge public service writing this book.

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