Go to a Three-Year College
Do you want to save money on college and graduate sooner? Here’s a powerfully simple strategy for you. Go to a three-year college!
What You Need to Know about Three-Year Colleges
“New Three-Year Degree Programs Trim College Costs,” an article that Katy Hopkins wrote for U.S. News, contains some important information for students who want to save money by attending a college that offers a three-year degree program.
Hopkins writes, “. . . some schools offer or are planning to debut new, fast-track bachelor’s degree programs that only hit families’ wallets for three years.”
Here are the schools that she mentions . . .
Here are some other institutions, not mentioned by Hopkins, that offer some three-year degree programs too. So check them out . . .
- American University
- Chatham University
- Hartwick College
- Purdue University
- The University of North Carolina at Greensborough
- Wesleyan University
To keep on top of this trend and find colleges that are introducing three-year degree programs, get in the habit of doing occasional Internet searches for the terms “three-year colleges” and “finish college in three years.” Your efforts could be repaid with big financial savings!
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