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Author(s):College Board
Title:Break down the bill: What's it going to cost?
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Organization:College Board
Short Description:This webpage offers a helpful list of the direct and indirect costs of college parents and students can expect.
Annotation:While many people only think of tuition and fees for college, this webpage offers some other expenses students and parents should consider to construct a more accurate picture of the costs.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
Preparation/College Readiness
Senior Year of High School
Transition to College

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