The debt-free degree

A former college administrator and parent has advice on cutting college costs.

Zac Bissonnette’s Debt Free U: How I Paid for an Outstanding College Education Without Loans, Scholarships or Mooching Off My Parents is the “best and most troubling book ever about the college admissions process,” writes Jay Mathews on Class Struggle.

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  1. tim-10-ber says:

    This is great for many students…not all degrees however…but anything to save a dime…I wish all high schools had dual credit courses…not just AP/IB in some schools and dual enrollments in others…

    Speaking of saving a dime…a 22 year-old University of Massachusetts has an interesting book published. Reviewed by Jay Mathews and can be found at:

    http://voices.washingtonpost.com/class-struggle/2010/08/the_quick_brown_foxds.html?hpid=sec-education

  2. Nor all students, at least the part about figuring out your major at community college. YMMV, but I’ve seen very few undecided students enter a community college and come out with any better idea of what to do.