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College can be a tough time.
You’re out on your own for the first time, but you don’t have a real job yet. Unfortunately, it’s a time a lot of college kids start to rack up debt. And sometimes the debt stays with them way too long.
If you have decided to go back to school to get a degree, you have to decide where you will study. For many busy adults, the only option is an online college. This has become a viable choice for many people who want to further their education. The next step is choosing the right online school.
The average student loan debt sits right around $29,000, according to a report by the Institute of College Access & Success’ Project on Student Debt.
Depending on your choice of school and your choice of major, this number could be astronomically higher.
In the meantime, the Chronicle of Higher Education found that roughly 20 million students attend college each year and that out of those 20 million, 12 million take out loans.