Archive February 2008 in our Blog


Out-of-State Tuition and Financial Aid

Did you know that the average difference between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition at the nation’s top 50 national universities is over $13,000?! This can make a huge difference when financing your education with student loans, especially if the out-of-state school is not offering financial aid for out-of-state students, such as grants or scholarships. Since state schools often receive grants for attracting in-state residents, they typically have gaps between their in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition costs. However, schools tend to have different gaps and different plans to fill these gaps with supplemental financial aid (non-loans). When deciding to go to… Read more here!

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