FACT: It is a fact that some colleges are more expensive than others. However, there are thousands of colleges and career schools throughout the United States that are affordable. Don’t make your final decision to not attend college based on the school’s “Sticker Price” or shall I say their school’s cost of attendance. You need to evaluate all of your financial aid options such as federal student aid, state aid, school aid, private scholarships and student loans.
That’s why it’s important to complete the FAFSA, apply for school aid and private scholarships, and then wait until the colleges send you a financial aid award letter, which outlines the type and amount of financial aid offered to you to help you pay for their college’s cost.
You may get enough financial aid from the federal student aid program, state aid, school aid, private scholarships and student loans to make your college choice affordable. So make your decision when you get your financial ad award letter, not the first time you see the college’s “sticker price”