Public Colleges and Universities
Article All About Tuition Reciprocity at Out-of-State Universities
Tuition reciprocity programs are a great way to get reduced or in-state tuition at out-of-state colleges. Here's what you should know and look for.
Article Important Things You Should Know About State Aid
State grant and scholarship programs differ heavily in offerings. Here's what to know about the types of state aid and how they can help you pay for college.
Blog 4 Great Public Universities for Studying Journalism
If you're a student considering majoring in Journalism, check out these four great public colleges that could be your dream school!
Article 6 Factors to Find Your Best-Fit Public College
A public college or university is a great choice for your college journey. But how do you choose the right one for you? Here's some advice to figure it out.
Blog 10 Things to Do Before Moving Out of State for College
Moving out of state for college is a big step and change! Here are 10 things you should do to prepare for the year before moving in on campus in the fall.
Article Everything You Need to Know About Out-of-State Tuition
What's in-state vs. out-of-state tuition? Why is out-of-state so much more expensive? And how can you receive the in-state price? Read on for all the answers!
Article 6 Quick Ways to Maximize Financial Aid at Public Colleges
Even though public schools are less expensive than private, students often need financial assistance. Here are six quick tips for maximizing your college aid.
Article Public Universities: What's in a Name?
Public schools can often be overlooked by students and parents because their names create assumptions that aren't true--by a long shot. But there's more behind the names than you may realize.
Blog What Life Is Really Like at a Big Public University
There are many types of schools to consider in your college search: large, small, public, private, etc. Here's what it's like to attend a big public university.
Ask the Experts What's Different About a Community vs. a State College?
You may have heard the terms community college and state school thrown around, but what's the difference between the two? Our experts have the answers you need.
Ask the Experts How Long Must I Be a Resident to Get In-State Tuition?
In-state tuition can make a huge difference in paying for college. But what if you college isn't in your home state? Here's what to know about state residency.
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