As economic uncertainty continues to linger, more families are taking stock of potential alternatives to the traditional path to a four-year college degree, according to U.S. News & World Report. A popular option is one that involves taking the first two years of college at a less expensive two- or four-year college and then transferring into a higher profile (and higher priced) four-year institution from which the degree is granted. On the surface, this strategy seems very practical as a cost-savings measure. It becomes even more so if the student is able to avoid residential expenses by living at home...

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