College Pressure — Are You In Or Out?

By | February 9, 2012

Cost is a significant factor in many of the decisions we make, and its weight in the college decision making process has fluctuated dramatically as a result of the recession. Columnfivemedia created this infographic with Course Hero to see if the recession has affected student decisions to attend college.

 

College Pressure — Are You In Or Out?

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