Cost of College posts that received the most page views in 2014:
- A warning to petroleum engineering students
- Only two of the top ten universities give out merit scholarships
- Don’t pick a college major based on today’s hot jobs
- Purdue scholarship chart clearly spells out basics, but the devil is in the details
- School bus drivers collect unemployment benefits during summer break
- Will a year of college cost $100,000 in 18 years?
- No, no, no! – $200,000 in debt after a degree in communications
- University of Maryland College Park merit scholarships for out-of-state students
- Will checking ‘no financial aid needed’ help your admissions chances?
- Online degree from London School of Economics for $5,000
I hope the top post about the boom and bust cycle of the oil industry has been helpful to students contemplating choice of major. Given the dramatic drop in oil prices over the last few months, I should write a new post about petroleum industry jobs.
Happy New Year and thank you for reading Cost of College in 2014!