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How to Save $50,000 on College

How to Save $50,000 on College

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by Laura H. Gilbert Phd
     
 
Contrary to popular opinion, it is possible to get a great undergraduate education without spending - or borrowing - $200,000. This book teaches you how. Written for students and parents, "How to Save $50,000 on College" provides simple, easy-to-apply tips and strategies to get the education you want for the price you can afford.

Overview

Contrary to popular opinion, it is possible to get a great undergraduate education without spending - or borrowing - $200,000. This book teaches you how. Written for students and parents, "How to Save $50,000 on College" provides simple, easy-to-apply tips and strategies to get the education you want for the price you can afford.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460969663
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/28/2011
Pages:
130
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.28(d)

Meet the Author

Laura H. Gilbert, Ph.D. is a higher education blogger, speaker, professor and consultant. She is the parent of four college-educated young adults and holds degrees in music, industrial relations, educational psychology and law. Her first book, "Back to School for Grownups: How to Not Get Run Over by the School Bus" was published in 2009. Laura lives with her family in Minnesota.

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How to Save $50,000 on College 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Deborah48 More than 1 year ago
Wow. We'll never know how many college degrees were achieved, credit ratings preserved, mortgage downpayments pulled together, anxieties prevented, or marriages saved by this compact book on avoiding huge student loan debt. But having put two kids through college (and one now in grad school), I can see that Gilbert has a handle on it. This book should be required reading for everyone heading off to college. Seriously, do not sign for a student loan without reading this first. Suggestion from a college librarian: High school and public libraries, you may want to put this on display and stock several.