Sep 14, 2015 6:12 PM
Is attending these NH colleges and universities worth it?
Deciding on what school to go to can be a long and confusing process.
Well on Saturday, the Department of Education released a new website highlighting key statistics that might help you decide if that tuition is worth it.
College Scorecard lets students to compare schools on several key factors. Some of the major ones are average yearly cost, graduation rate, and average alumni salary after graduation.
Can you guess which New Hampshire college is described above?
The most basic idea behind this information for some would be finding a low-cost annually and a high salary after attending.
But there's a whole lot more to dig into as well.
Basically the Department of Education used its student aid records and tax information to gather its database.
So where do New Hampshire universities rank?
Here's a page of 23 schools in New Hampshire.
As a whole, the cost is higher than the national average, but the average salaries after school seem to be above average, too.
Here are the top 4 schools in the Granite State based on salary after graduation:
Play around the site, and let us know what you think.
Which schools stick out as a waste of time? Which ones look more attractive?