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 REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn

REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn

West Angeles EEP Will Hold Future College Cost and Debt Workshop

If you’re a parent of a 9th through 12th grader, you’re probably starting to hyperventilate over the rising tuition costs. West Angeles Education Enrichment Program is holding a workshop, Future College Cost and Debt Workshop that will help you manage the sticker shock of college tuition. It will be held this Thursday, November 10, from 7:15 – 8:45 pm.
From their site:
I know many of you are wondering about the cost of colleges – particularly Private Colleges.  It’s a great thing to wonder about since the last 7 years their costs have gone up 25% to 40% without a proportional increase in grants to families who could not afford even the original cost.  Private Colleges, including HBCUs, cost most of my families $25,000 to $60,000 in NET DIRECT COST.  The media is not reporting this but defaults in PARENT LOAN debt are increasing VERY FAST.
If you are wanting POSITIVE solutions to non- sustainable private college cost, come to my Future College Cost and Debt Workshop, this Thursday from 7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. in the West Angeles Youth Center, 3010 Crenshaw Blvd, corner of 30th and Crenshaw.  It will be a brief and VERY INFORMATIVE meeting that proposes SOLUTIONS to the problem of high parent loan debt.
Please RSVP for a FREE TICKET at the following link:
Here is our agenda:
  • The Current State of Private College Affordability:  When will it all stop?
  • How Do Many Colleges Deceive Parents about Cost?
  • “Keeping Up With the Joneses”:  The myth of College “Name”
  • A Former Private School Admissions Rep’s Perspective 
  • Alternatives & Examples:  Others Colleges, Grand Canyon University and Boise State University


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