NJ worst for college, Flordia best. How’s your state?


According to the New York Times, my great home state of New Jersey loses more residents to out of state colleges than any other. Being a resident, I can tell you that New Jersey offers the worse in-state tuition discounts on the planet, also New Jersey is really two states: The New York influenced North and the Philadelphia influenced South. So where does your state stack up? Check the article. (if registration is needed, enter in “biteback” for user and pass.)

New York Times College Map

If you decide to stay in one of the states with terrible discounts, be sure to take advantage of all the scholarships you can!

3 Responses to “NJ worst for college, Flordia best. How’s your state?”

  1. Howtobewebsmart Says:

    I’m from NJ…sadly, this is true. Big joke is that NJ kids are everywhere…

  2. Blanda Says:

    Where do you go?

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    […] We’ve discussed how bad New Jersey residents have have it. But California, long known for having some of the lowest in-state tuition in the country, is slowly raising its fees. Governor Schwarzenegger has just asked for higher rates. “Everyone had to contribute. This is very clear,” Schwarzenegger said. “But the college tuition fees were too low, in comparison to the rest of the country. So we raised it up a little bit.” […]