Two Colleges Cutting Tuition Costs by More Than 40%

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UTICA, NY --  You don’t need a perfect SAT score to know college tuition is expensive.

In fact, the brains over at College Board report the average, current cost of tuition and fees is a little over $31,000 for private schools; $9,000 for state schools and about $23,000 for out-of-state-schools.

Hey - that’s not even covering books and supplies, friends.

Well, now two colleges up north, are bucking the trend of ‘big bucks’ tuition by slashing costs by more than 40%.  That’s right, Utica College in New York and Rosemont College in Pennsylvania are rolling back prices, a la Walmart;  they’re calling it a “tuition reset.”

Utica is cutting costs from about $34,000 to just under $20,000. Studying is a steal at Rosemont where tuition is falling from about $32,000 to $18,500!

But wait, there’s more: the top brass at Rosemont say they’re also cutting the cost of room and board by 14%.

This is great news for kids looking to continue their education, without breaking the bank.

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