TUITION cost comparison

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mean median mode

Cornelia, GA

#1 Jul 19, 2013
1 yr (not including fees/books/ board)

North Georgia College 5 K
Young Harris College 24 K
Yale, Emory 43 K
Just a thought

Dawsonville, GA

#2 Jul 20, 2013
I would almost bet that if you figured the cost per student at Union Co. High it would top NGC.
graduate

Commerce, GA

#3 Jul 20, 2013
mean median mode wrote:
1 yr (not including fees/books/ board)
North Georgia College 5 K
Young Harris College 24 K
Yale, Emory 43 K
I think the chances of landing a good job go to a degree from Yale or Emory, but not many people can afford to go at that expense. I would not want to rack up a lot of student loan debt. This idea that everyone has the same opportunity is nothing but a fantasy.
mean median mode

Cornelia, GA

#4 Jul 20, 2013
Just a thought wrote:
I would almost bet that if you figured the cost per student at Union Co. High it would top NGC.
It's $9,420 per student
http://app3.doe.k12.ga.us/ows-bin/owa/fin_pac...
Pooper

Jefferson, GA

#5 Jul 20, 2013
graduate wrote:
<quoted text> I think the chances of landing a good job go to a degree from Yale or Emory, but not many people can afford to go at that expense. I would not want to rack up a lot of student loan debt. This idea that everyone has the same opportunity is nothing but a fantasy.
Wrong, Tonto, there is opportunity if you are willing to sacrifice and work hard. I'm a walking example of someone who watched every penny and did it without help.
graduate

Commerce, GA

#6 Jul 20, 2013
Pooper wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong, Tonto, there is opportunity if you are willing to sacrifice and work hard. I'm a walking example of someone who watched every penny and did it without help.
Did you graduate from Harvard or another ivy league college? If not, maybe those who did had more of an opportunity than you.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#7 Jul 21, 2013
Pooper wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong, Tonto, there is opportunity if you are willing to sacrifice and work hard. I'm a walking example of someone who watched every penny and did it without help.
Hold on there Lone Ranger. It is common knowledge that a degree from a Ivy League school will open doors that other school graduates can only dream about. This is proven on Wall st. and through out the country. It does give a sense of pride to out do some who have had a better opportunity though doesn't it.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#8 Jul 21, 2013
- Community School of
Naples (4th Grade")$19,450 per year;

- Public School in Florida,(4th Grade);
Free(

- University of Florida Tuition :
6,270 per year;

- Stetson University Tuition:
$36,344 per year.

God bless public schools down here !
cough it up dad

Toccoa, GA

#9 Aug 13, 2013
Tuition for students attending public four-year schools in their state was an average $8,655 last year, a 5 percent jump from the previous year. They paid more than that -$9,205 - for housing and food.

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