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Take your future for a test drive.
Your school. Your major. Your career. Compare college costs, check out potential careers and earnings of college majors to determine your college ROI.
Choose the area you feel the most confident about, and we can go from there.
Select a skill from the list to help narrow down a possible career path.
Enter up to 3 majors.
Don’t see a match? Choose a similar career to the one you’re considering.
Tuition costs are lower for those who choose to go to school in their home state.
Enter up to 3 schools that offer Bachelor's degrees in the US.
This will help estimate your tuition cost. The type of school can change those numbers a bit.
Public universities are funded by state governments and tend to offer lower tuition rates for residents.
Private universities are privately funded and tend to be more costly.
Don’t worry. Lots of students are still figuring things out, too.
Based on what you told us, your future may very well involve any of the following colleges, majors, and/or careers.
Based on what you told us, your future may look something like this.
Based on what you told us, your future may very well involve any of these majors.
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MEDIAN SALARY FOR THIS MAJOR AT THIS SCHOOL
ANNUAL cost of attendance
TOTAL MEDIAN federal loan debt
MONTHLY LOAN PAYMENT Over 10 years
Expected ANNUAL cost of attendance
Median salary for this major in this state
Expected MEDIAN federal loan debt
As you begin to explore your options, this might help you think about what kind of schools, majors and careers you want to pursue.
Public School annual Cost Of Attendance
Private School annual Cost Of Attendance
The cost to attend a private university tends to be higher than a public university. However, private universities may offer more financial aid to eligible students.
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Source: College Board Trends in College Pricing 2019. Cost includes tuition, fees, room & board.
Private nonprofit 4-year on-campus
public 4-year in-state on-campus
Public 4-year out-of-state on-campus
It is a common belief that out-of-state tuition can be more expensive than in-state tuition. As you evaluate college options, it’s important to look at costs beyond tuition. Here’s an estimated cost breakdown for full-time undergraduate students.
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Source: College Board Trends in College Pricing 2019. Annual Survey of Colleges; NCES, IPEDS Fall 2017 Enrollment data.
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