Higher education is not just about money...it's about empathy


Rising college costs and a challenging economy are continuing to intensify the debate over whether a college degree is still worth the investment, both in time and money.

Traditionally, a bachelor’s degree was seen as a no-brainer for many students: a ticket to a comfortable middle-class lifestyle that typically came with at most a manageable amount of low-interest student loan debt.

But from 2000 to 2013, the cost of attendance after accounting for financial aid and tax breaks—not the “sticker price” that few students pay—

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