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These are some of the future plans being discussed by college administrators

These are some of the future plans being discussed by college administrators

Despite their strong public face, colleges are privately discussing significant changes

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When is it time to revisit the value of a college brand, especially when planning to also get a graduate degree?

When is it time to revisit the value of a college brand, especially when planning to also get a graduate degree?

Value is defined by the consumer.

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Is your college providing online learning or remote leaning?

Is your college providing online learning or remote leaning?

Why should we pay for a campus experience if it is not available?

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What are colleges talking about privately when it comes to online learning?

What are colleges talking about privately when it comes to online learning?

Their distance learning is not comparable to online learning platforms that are designed from the ground up for a collaborative experience

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Colleges are very anxious about who will actually show up when campus opens and what they will be able to pay.

Colleges are very anxious about who will actually show up when campus opens and what they will be able to pay.

It’s early April and many colleges have already moved their May 1 Commitment Deadline to June 1. They expect to be calling students off the wait list well into July.

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Getting Money For College is a program that helps families save money on college tuition by teaching them that tuition is negotiable, and then teaching them how to negotiate. Over the past 15 years, Joel Peck, the founder of Getting Money For College, has helped hundreds of families save over $1mil in total tuition.

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