College tuition for in-state and out-of-state students as well as international students are receiving a break. Tuition at colleges and universities has been going up for years and, in fact, is still going up. But, the rate at which it has been increasing, which has far outpaced inflation, is finally slowing a bit.
Students the world over have come to recognize that they have long been ripped off by the textbook publishing establishment to which the higher education system panders. Thus, the cost of college textbooks has increased geometrically compared to regular inflation and colleges and universities are partly to blame. Higher education institutions regularly require the “most recent” editions of textbooks that the publishing houses have simply reworked by changing the page count, adding some useless fluff, and perhaps re-organizing the chapters
One reason that many people find our services so vital to their success is that the costs associated with obtaining a higher education and a university degree have far outpaced inflation and have become so expensive. For instance, one report indicates that the state system in Florida, which is one of the cheapest in the nation, averages $29,410 for a bachelors degree alone when integrating all costs.