Hocking College Debuts All-Inclusive Pricing Model
Traditionally, enrolling in college meant that students would be expected to pay one price for their tuition, and then a bunch of other fees for their books, course materials, equipment, etc.
The sad reality is that due to the escalating costs of getting a college education, many students have been forced to either put their academic aspirations on hold or abandon them completely. After all, according to a report, 44 million borrowers currently owe $1.5 trillion in student loan debt.
However, Hocking College recently stepped up to offer financially-challenged students a straight forward alternative way to pay for college in the form of their new all-inclusive course fee model.