How College Leaders Are Addressing Affordability


If the goals of higher education are to help students gain knowledge and prepare them for success after college, college leaders must address the most common barrier to their students' success - cost. As college costs continue to increase, students now leave college with an average debt of $34,000 versus $20,000 a decade ago. So how are college leaders thinking about affordability? An open discussion of proven ways and new ideas to address the college cost crisis.

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  1. Understand how college leaders are thinking about affordability
  2. Learn about technology-driven options to reduce the financial costs to students.
  3. Discover new practices and programs that are already making college more affordable.



Tyler Reed, Director of Communications, McGraw-Hill Education

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