These Individual Schools Have Achieved What No State Has—College Affordability

These Individual Schools Have Achieved What No State Has—College Affordability

Despite the fact that no state can boast that its colleges are affordable, some individual colleges may be able to do so. For example, both California State University-Fullerton and California State-Fresno charge low net prices to poor students, to the point that 10 hours of work at the minimum wage could pay the college bills. The same can be said for several City University of New York (CUNY) campuses and the University of North Texas. While these institutions are certainly in the minority, students from poor backgrounds have a chance to work their way through in four years.