Many students and families assume that the more expensive a college is, the more prestigious and the higher its quality.
This leads some families to overpay for college under the assumption that there is a positive correlation between price and education quality.
But a recent report from Third Way found that that’s not the case.
In fact, they found the lowest-ranked colleges charged low- and moderate-income students more than higher-ranked schools.
As parents of college-bound students know, applying to college is more than a financial decision–it’s an emotional one as well. Our founders Rick Ross and Andy Leardini recently appeared on Winging it! Buffalo Style to discuss the challenges families and students face when choosing a college and figuring out how to pay for it. Taking the emotion […]