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6 Startups That Could Help Slash The Cost Of College

From micro-scholarships to FAFSA tools, college financing startups are on the rise. College these days is bonkers expensive. Take my alma mater, Williams College. For the 2017-18 school year, Williams is charging more than $53,000 for tuition. That fee is roughly in line with the median household income in the U.S.—and doesn’t include the costs of room and board. Read Full Story
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