This is information on a new site http://www.collegeaffordabilityguide.org/ that helps California students save money on their education.
Their methodology http://www.collegeaffordabilityguide.org/methodology/ is based on the idea that paying income-appropriate tuition, completing one’s studies, and being able to pay back one’s loans are the key elements of a worthwhile college experience.
The California page, which also covers loans and scholarships, and advice on how to save money while going to college in California, can be found at http://www.collegeaffordabilityguide.org/schools/california/. They also cover California colleges’ online offerings at http://www.collegeaffordabilityguide.org/schools/california/online-colleges-in-california/.
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The Center for Online Education is a website dedicated to conducting data driven research about higher education in the United States.
With the completion of another school year, there is still a large number of students that are undecided about furthering their education. especially foster youth who find navigating the on line educational system hard. For these students, the biggest roadblock is knowing what field of study or career path to pursue and how to pay for a college education. This is a comprehensive guide where students can research colleges and universities in California (or any other state), or learn about schools by degree/major.
For California students who are looking to stay in state, check out the following:
For others who are looking to explore out of state programs, then they can find it here: