Discounted Colleges: Up to 76% Off College Costs
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By Kathryn Knight Randolph
November 02, 2012
Thomas Aquinas College
Nestled near the Los Padres National Forest, Thomas Aquinas College is also just a short drive from Los Angeles, perfect for students who want a small school experience with the added vibrancy of a major, metropolitan city nearby. You would think students these days would have to pay a pretty penny for that type of accommodation, but in this case, you’d be wrong.
Though the college does not offer merit aid, it meets 100% of need for students, according to Kiplinger. When it’s all said and done, the average student at Thomas Aquinas College pays only $17,443 per year in tuition compared to the $31,850 in total costs, making the school about 45% off.
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