You Can Afford College 2000
College tuition rates are rising at more than twice the rate of inflation -- a fact that has parents of college-bound students frantically seeking expert advice on managing college costs. Luckily, financial aid for students is also at an all-time high and You Can Afford College 2000 is there to help families locate the most financial opportunities that are available to them.
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Figure Out the Real Cost
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