November 2016 Newsletter
Canadian Universities, Cheapest Out-of-State Colleges & More!
It’s November! The college application season is in full swing for seniors.
For any seniors (or juniors) still looking to add some financially and academically ‘safe’ schools to their list, check out our Senior Scoop for U.S.News’ “10 Universities With the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition”.
Don’t forget to look outside the US for great higher learning for a great value. Did you know that many of the top colleges in the world, as ranked by Times Higher Education, are Canadian Universities? University of Toronto is ranked #19, and offers US students education for considerably less than many equivalent US colleges.
Check out our Featured Find for more insights into Canada’s great schools at bargain prices and to answer the question “Should You Go To College in Canada?”
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Should You Go to College in Canada?
Both familiar and foreign, Canada has fine schools at bargain prices. But you’d better bundle up.
It’s a foreign country but just a 90-minute flight from New York or Boston. The natives speak English–and French. Their brand-new prime minister is 43 and even has a tattoo.
For some students in the U.S., heading north to college in Canada is a choice that makes both financial and intellectual sense…
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10 Universities with the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition
College is a costly investment, but out-of-state students at some public schools can pay a lot less.
Among the 10 schools where out-of-state students pay the lowest tuition for the 2016-2017 school year, the average was about $7,909.
That’s significantly lower than the average among all 334 ranked schools that submitted these data to U.S. News in an annual survey, at $21,377. To compare, the average in-state tuition among public universities was $9,130 for 2016-2017.
Alcorn State University in Mississippi tops the list of cheapest colleges for out-of-state students, charging them $6,552 for 2016-2017. Following closely behind was Minot State University in North Dakota, where students pay $6,568…
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November 2016 Newsletter – Issue #61