What You Need To Know About Crowdfunding Your College Tuition

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I’m always looking for new and innovative ways to pay for college or repay student loans (remember how you can partially volunteer your way out of debt?).

For instance, did you know that you can use crowdfunding sites to raise money to pay tuition? I honestly didn’t, but I’m always behind on Internet trends. (Have you seen What Does the Fox Say?)

In all seriousness, crowdfunding an education sounds like a great idea—once you understand some of the potential pitfalls that could go along with it.…

4 Ways To Switch From Out-Of-State To In-State Tuition

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I was once an out-of-stater at the University of Colorado. Back then, out-of-state tuition was less than $10,000 per year—or about one-third of what it costs now.

Even though college was much cheaper then, I always felt a little guilty for not taking a year off in the middle to establish residency for tuition purposes. Some of my friends did this, because their parents weren’t able to help with tuition.

Have you thought about trying to qualify for in-state tuition? Doing so could save you and your parents some significant money. However, this is not an easy process ……