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College Admissions Expert Elizabeth Levine: College Cost vs. Earnings of Graduates


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  • Elizabeth Levine



  • Is there anywhere I can view the comparison between a colleges costs and earnings of recent graduates?

    Educate to Career (ETC) has launched a system for ranking colleges which is based on college's improvements of students employ-ability and earnings when they enter the labor market. The system determines the educational value provided by over 1,200 universities by analyzing costs against actual outcomes of recent graduates.

    The ETC Index analyzes the quality of students when they enter a given college, the total costs related to attending the college, and the outcomes of the students when they enter the labor market. The rankings results are determined by which schools did the best job of improving the earnings and attainment of quality employment of their students.

    The universe of the data The ETC College Rankings Index is comprised of 4 year colleges, with annual enrollments greater than 1,000 students. The Index analyzes data for over 1,200 colleges, representing 94% of all students enrolled in 4 year colleges.

    Please keep in mind this does not take into consideration any merit or financial aid given to a student. The tuition that ETC uses is based on sticker price.

    If you have any questions about the college admissions process or the above information please do not hesitate to contact me at info@signaturecollegecounseling.com or by phone, 845.551.6946.

    Elizabeth Levine
    Signature College Counseling is an Orange County, Hudson Valley based company
    that works one on one with students and their families in navigating the admissions process so you attend the college that is right for you.
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