September 2013 Issue
Ohio colleges and universities are searching for ways to make higher education more affordable.
As the cost of college continues to rise, families are increasingly
concerned about the risks associated with incurring college debt.
And college enrollment is dropping — although slightly — which may mean that students are seeking other options and in some instances even questioning the value of a college degree. In Ohio and elsewhere, many schools are responding to these changing views with a host of admission incentives designed to sustain or increase enrollment. For families, this means choices that help to make a college education affordable.
Here’s a closer look at some of the incentives being offered by public and private colleges and universities throughout the state. To read more, click here to subscribe. >>