Report 08-14: Community Colleges: Still an Affordable Route to a Degree?
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionSeptember 2008View Full Publication
This report examines the total cost of attendance at a California Community College for a student living in their parentsí home, with expenses that include fees, books, food, transportation, and miscellaneous costs. Included in the report is analysis by family income that reveals the percent of annual family income, by quintile, needed to pay for a year of college.
Related Topics: Fees, Tuition, Costs and Financial Aid
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