Some 55% of parents with children under the age of 18 feel confident that they’re ready to meet the future cost of college.
This infographic by Oho illustrates the stages of research a prospective student goes through when deciding which college to attend.
Graduation season is here, and Americans will shell out $4.6 billion to reward high school and college seniors.
The 18-24 demographic is watching slightly less TV these days, and concurrently watching more internet and mobile video.
This infographic by Nationwide bank details college students’ spending habits.
By the time the class of 2016 graduates, close to 90% of college students in the US will own a smart phone.
This infographic by Degree Jungle looks at whether or not college is worth the cost.
OnlineColleges.net created this infographic to illustrate consumer spending for the back-to-school shopping season.
Parents and college students will spend an average of $907.22 this year on back-to-college items, up 12.2% from $808.71 last year, after 2 consecutive years of decline.
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