The vast majority of the nation's institutions of higher learning offer various types of scholarship, granting money to college students based on a host of criteria such as academic merit, financial need, and in some cases, racial or ethnic background.
With all the other expenses competing for your monthly income - mortgage, car payment, 401(k) plan contribution, and the like - carving out a small sum of money to save every month for college isn't easy. However, the earlier you start the more you're likely to accumulate.
Despite a decade of low inflation, the price of higher education has seemed to defy gravity. According to The College Board, a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to help students and parents prepare and pay for college, tuition and fees at both private and public institutions have nearly doubled in constant dollars over the last 20 years.1
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