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1) Whom is this site for?
This site is for all adults (especially young adults that have completed high school), who are looking for an inexpensive/ affordable way to complete an accredited US college degree.
2) What services does FrugalDegree.com offer?
The FrugalDegree platform provides information/ articles that highlight the best ways to get an affordable US college education. We also provide tools for students to undertake a convenient, flexible and empowering college education. These tools will continuously take students closer to completing their college degree. Additionally, we bring together students and local tutors whereby students can undertake affordable coaching for earning college credits.
3) As a student, what is the biggest benefit to me upon signing up for FrugalDegree.com?
With all our tools and resources, it is our primary goal to enable students to completing an accredited and career-focused college degree from some of the country's cheapest accredited colleges, online or by a combination of methods such as live classes, study-and-writing-of-exams, any form of training and so on. The biggest benefit to the student has to do with the fact that there would be almost NO need to taking any student loans. The college degree will be so affordable that it can be easily paid by putting together some personal savings and/or income out-of-pocket.
In addition to this, there would be tremendous freedom in studying only things that interest you and not some highly rigid college curriculum. You can study what you want, when you want and however you want to, all while spending very little on college.
4) Doesn't one have to enrolled in a college to complete a college degree?
Yes, most definitely! It is important to note that FrugalDegree is a college-enabling platform. We do NOT award any college degrees, nor do we directly teach college courses. But even more importantly, we provide a platform which enables students to complete an affordable and accredited college degree in the most convenient and flexible way possible.
5) So if FrugalDegree.com does not award college degrees, how does the process work?
There are a handful of very affordable/ cheap colleges across the United States that award college credits for what a person learns both within and outside of a classroom. So it is possible to earn college credits via college courses, career training, taking low-cost standardized exams, tutored local classes and through many other ways. There are also some very affordable online colleges, if that works best for some students. When you subscribe to our service and purchase our eBooks, you will learn about all these flexible colleges and how to benefit from all that these colleges have to offer. Additionally, you will get even more support and tools provided by the FrugalDegree platform to quickly and efficiently complete a college degree, while studying only the things that you really want to learn.
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6) What additional services does the platform offer?
FrugalDegree enables students to communicate and contact one another, so that students can network, collaborate on group studies and much more. It also provides means by which students, tutors, parents, college administrators and others can ask questions and guide one another in enabling a flexible college education for the students. There are a number of other cool features we offer, subscribe to one of our affordable plans to learn more.
7) So is this site only for people living in the United states?
This platform is ideally suited for people living in the United States. As you might know, young adults in the US are finding it very expensive to pursue a US college degree (without taking bulkloads of students loans). In addition to US residents, anyone located anywhere in the world can also utilize our services to study for a US college degree for very little cost.
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