Prospective students and their parents will soon have a more customized way of estimating and comparing college costs.
Beginning this fall, colleges and universities that enroll first-time, full time students and receive federal financial aid will be required to post a net price calculator on their websites.
The tool is designed to give current or prospective students and parents an early estimate of their financial aid and a more accurate idea of the cost of attendance at a particular school.
The U.S. Department of Education defines net price as the cost of attendance — including tuition and fees, room and board, books, supplies and transportation — for full-time, first-time students, minus total need- and merit-based federal, state and institutional grants awarded.
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