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what are the top 10 best and most affordable university to go too.

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Thank you comment icon My two sons went to the state school and are earning six figures salary in only few years out of the college. One has a Finance degree and other has a Computer Eng degree. Incurring Student Loan debt is no longer an option to go to out of state school if the local state offers cost effective education. Unless you get a full scholarship- stick with the state university which is affordable and you will not be in debt. Fyi - student loan cannot be wiped out even in bankruptcy. Study or major in what Corp America wants so that you are in demand. Today Amazon announced that they will increase base pay from $160K to $350K per year. Software Engineers are in short supply today. After 2-3 years of Computer Science experience you can make comfortable living provided you enjoy Math and Science. Atul Bhankharia
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Kelly R.’s Answer

It depends on a few factors! Usually tuition for students who live in the same state as the colleges they apply to is cheaper. That's why you may hear about In-State vs. Out-of-State Tuition. So, if you're concerned about college costs, it's worth starting your college search in the state in which you live. Another option is to go to community college for two years and transfer to another school for your junior and senior year of college. Also, if you have the option to live with your parents or other family members while commuting to classes that can save you a lot of money in housing costs. Finally, I was able to graduate early from college, which saved me a whole semester of tuition and other costs. I did this by taking some college-level courses in high school and taking some additional classes in my earlier semesters of college.
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Courtney’s Answer

Affordability is subjective. It depends upon the major and the university. You can look into enrolling at a local community college for the first 2 years of college and transferring into a state university once you're a junior, which is what I did for undergrad. There are also certain high schools that will allow you to take community college courses in tandem with your current high school courses so you're able to graduate simultaneously with a high school diploma an Associates degree. Scholarships are helpful. Look into local non profit organizations that offer funding for college students;
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Rohan’s Answer

Rutgers University is most affordable college. It has the best rankings, known for college football, and if you're looking for a diverse crowd full of people, come to Rutgers. We're midpoint between NYC and Philly. I'm a Computer Engineering student in-state and I pay $18k per year. Yes, Rutgers is not an Ivy but it is certainly very respected.
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Atul’s Answer

My two sons went to the state school and are earning six figures salary in only few years out of the college.
One has a Finance degree and other has a Computer Eng degree.
Incurring Student Loan debt is no longer an option to go to out of state school if the local state offers cost effective education.
Unless you get a full scholarship- stick with the state university which is affordable and you will not be in debt.
Fyi - student loan cannot be wiped out even in bankruptcy.
Study or major in what Corp America wants so that you are in demand. Today Amazon announced that they will increase base pay from $160K to $350K per year. Software Engineers are in short supply today.
After 2-3 years of Computer Science experience you can make comfortable living provided you enjoy Math and Science.
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