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Do you know you're probably paying 
more for college than you need to?
Low Cost Colleges
Are you looking for a quality education at a price you can afford?

Although the average cost of tuition and fees at most private American colleges has risen by over 38 % in the past 10 years, there are still several accredited colleges in all 50 states that have curriculums you can afford. Within the last few years, many educational institutions have now begun offering low cost alternatives to traditional campus based programs in the form of distance learning and online courses.

Here in our "Low Cost Colleges" section we'll touch on some of the current trends in education which are now being employed by many colleges and universities all around the globe to help save their students money. You'll also find where to get college rankings, help with financial aid, career planning, study skills and more!

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Now here's something you might not have known.. did you know that there are actually FREE colleges you can attend right now that offer Associates degrees, Bachelors and Masters degrees? That's right, no tuition costs at all!

There are even universities where you can earn a graduate degree for less than $7,000 per year. And yes.. these colleges are fully accredited educational institutions run by highly esteemed professors from Columbia University, Harvard University, Yale and other prestigious institutions of learning.

Hmm.. so why is it that these colleges are not widely spoken of by your H.S. guidance counselors in the "for-profit" world of education?

Well you may not hear about these schools on your local news channel but, here at EducationMoney.com ..we've got your back. So let's examine one of these free colleges, and four other colleges that are so affordable they are nearly free...
University of the People

UOPeople is an online accredited American university that offers Associates and Bachelors degrees in Computer Science, Business Administration and Health Science. Students from all over the world can enroll and study from the comfort of their home at their own pace. Each course last eight weeks and students take their final exam in their ninth week. Textbooks are not required, and..
TUITION IS FREE!!
For more information, visit their website:
http://www.uopeople.edu/tuition-free/
Also watch their YouTube videos:
https://youtu.be/LwCY4Unpph8
https://youtu.be/ViNzr2Vp1PU
Patten University

Patten University is an accredited online university that offers a variety of Associates, Bachelors and Masters degrees. This college is not free, however tuition is only $350 per month for undergraduate students and $520 per month for graduate students. Students can take as many courses as they'd like for these flat monthly rates.
For more information, visit their website:
http://patten.edu/
Open College @ Kaplan

OC@KU is a part of Kaplan University and offers a The Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPR) degree. The cost is only $195 per month plus additional fees.
For more information, visit their website:
https://opencollege.kaplan.com/
Western Governors University

Western Governors University is a fully accredited online university, which offers Bachelor's degree programs beginning at around $3,000 per term.
For more information, visit their website:
http://www.wgu.edu/
New Charter University

New Charter University (NCU) is an accredited online university that is very affordable compared to other traditional campus based schools. Their Bachelors degree program is just $10,000 per year, and their Associates degree program is $5,000 per year.
For more information, visit their website:
http://www.new.edu/
Straighter Line

Straighter Line offers a very unique approach in obtaining a college degree. Its not actually a college itself, but it offers accredited courses that students will transfer over to the actual colleges that Straighter Line has a partnership with. This gives the student an opportunity to rack up a lot of college credits before they actually attend school.
The final result is that the student saves a lot of money on their college degree because most of their credits were already obtained (at Straighter Line) before they enrolled in college.
The yearly membership fee with Straighter Line is $1200 per year, and $49 per course you take during each year.
For more information, visit their website:
http://www.straighterline.com/

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