Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 7, 2007
Prospective students turn to FindTheRightSchool.com, a one-stop online education tool for campus-based and online degree programs, for information on distance learning and online schools. Additionally, in a recent survey 51 percent of respondents indicated that they were looking for details on the costs associated with an online education. Forty-five percent of those who took the survey wanted information on program offerings and 35 percent were looking for details on specific schools. FindTheRightSchool.com is a leading online resource for students who need information about both campus-based and distance learning programs (http://www.findtherightschool.com).
The rising costs of a college education is a growing concern for students, who can expect, on average, to pay anywhere between $90 to $1,238 more for their education this year than last, according to the College Board. Over the past decade tuition costs, along with room and board, have risen 30 percent, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The price of an education at a private college has risen 26 percent. These college education statistics highlight the need students have for online resources such as FindTheRightSchool.com.
The cost of a college education can vary widely. Statistics reveal that some schools can cost $30,000 or more per year in annual tuition and fees, a price many students cannot afford to pay without the help of financial aid. However, about 65 percent of students attend schools with tuition averaging less than $9,000 per year. With $134 billion in financial aid available to students and their families, students need to know where to turn for information on education costs. FindTheRightSchool.com is a top online resource for students and helps provide resources and information students are looking for. For more information please visit http://www.findtherightschool.com.
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