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High-Cost/High-Discount Model of Higher Education
With the rising cost of higher education, it is increasingly difficult to determine what a college degree today will ultimately cost. Many colleges and universities employ a high-cost/high-discount strategy to meet enrollment and revenue goals, which often leaves families over-estimating the true cost of an education. Hear about free tools provided on www.CollegeRaptor.com to help families slash the sticker price and see their true net price.

Learning objectives:
After attending this webinar you should be able to: 
  1. Discuss the high-cost/high-discount enrollment strategy used by colleges and universities.
  2. Utilize College Raptor’s college free match tool to help students get accurate net price estimates at any four-year U.S. institution.
  3. Explain how to best guide families to affordable colleges and universities that are currently unknown to them or that they might consider too expensive.
Presenter: 
Chris Paasch has spent a decade guiding students in their college search, both at a private, four-year institution and at College Raptor. He assists students, families and school counselors in getting the most out of College Raptor’s extensive set of free tools to help navigate the college search, preparation and financing phases.

Mar. 7, 2018, 1 p.m. Eastern
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