It’s an endless, vicious cycle. Higher education is meant to be a way for students to unlock their dreams and help make the world a better place. But the financial stress of earning a degree is more than what students and their families can bear.
How can you achieve your dreams if you can’t afford a degree?
Yes, loans are always an option. But then students will spend the next 20+ years trying to pay off their college loans, preventing them from other life milestones, like purchasing a home or starting a family.
And the students who try to make ends meet while earning their degrees are literally living paycheck to paycheck or skipping meals so they can pay bills. Housing and food insecurity among college students is rapidly on the rise, nearly half of community college students do not have enough to eat.Read More
According to the New York Times, “a college degree is worth $365,000 [in lifetime earnings] for the average American man after subtracting all its direct and indirect costs. … For women—who still tend to earn less than men—it’s worth $185,000. A college education is more profitable in the United States than in pretty much every other advanced nation.” All of those benefits are lost when financial stress causes students to abandon their education. Our subaito student self serve give an opportunity to student to go through these issues.