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The pros and cons of for-profit and public college

For-Profit vs Public College
For-Profit vs Public College
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Making the right choice for which college to attend could make or break your educational career. There are a wide variety of students, and they don't all have the same educational needs. Some are fresh out of highschool, some took a gap year, and some are adults going back to earn their degree. What may be a good school for one individual might not be the right school for another student. For-profit schools tend to offer a more flexible schedule with night and weekend classes and typically have a simple admission process. On the other hand, tuition is higher and the main focus is making money rather than serving students' needs. Public schools are more affordable and provide a more robust campus experience, while getting the classes you need could be a challenge as they fill up pretty fast.

Are you on the fence about going to a for-profit or public college? This infographic might be a big help to you, so check it out and let us know what you think in the comments. If you like what you see, don't forget to like and share with your friends!