How did you pay for college?
Did your parents help out? Did you take out loans and how much? Was it worth it?
Two part time jobs and not any loans, I owe no money to any banks. College is worth any money for the returns the good education will give you, the experience and that hopefully great job or sense of enterprise you get by the end of it. College broadens the mind. My parents didn't have to fork out extra for me.
Hope that helps.
I worked part time during the school year and full time during the summer. I was short one semester and my parents helped at that time. Higher education is definitely worth it - if nothing else it opens eyes to a wider world.
Unfortunately I did it the wrong way with student loans. If you can save enough for your first couple of semesters and then do really well with your grades, usually you can get scholarships from there. So, I would recommend saving and then working as hard as you can to get scholarships.
College is worth it in the long run. Just make sure you see what other people are doing who graduated from the university and you should be okay. I am currently still attending college.
I took out a very small loan my first year, but then every year after I received enough scholarships that I was able to pay the difference with my own money.
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