Gleason, B. (2011). Is college worth it?

Revenue Paper

Order Description

Topic:

In 4 pages, describe how decisions related to student loans and financing of higher education could affect how higher education institutions determine their budgets or
may reallocate within their current budgets to ensure financial equilibrium for the foreseeable future.

Links to resources:

Gleason, B. (2011). Is college worth it? Answer may depend on accurate net-price estimate [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://chronicle.com/blogs/brainstorm/is-
college-worth-it-answer-may-depend-on-accurate-net-price-estimate/36848

Carey, K. (2011). The U.S. should adopt income-based loans now. Chronicle of Higher Education, 58(10). Retrieved from https://chronicle.com/article/The-US-Should-
Adopt/129504/

Supiano, B. (2012). Franklin & Marshall caps loans for middle-income students [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://chronicle.com/blogs/headcount/franklin-marshall-
caps-loans-for-middle-income-students/32344

Freedman, J. (2014, February 10). Risky business: Why student loans are the worst way to fund college. Forbes Investing. Retrieved from
https://www.forbes.com/sites/joshfreedman/2014/02/10/risky-business-why- student-loans-are-the-worst-way-to-fund-college/#3f25f9e41f1b

Freedman. I. (2014, February 11). Student loans are a drag on the economy and society. Forbes Investing. Retrieved from
https://www.forbes.com/sites/joshfreedman/2014/02/11/student-loans-are-a-big-drag-on-the-economy-and-society/#58af2d425504

Freedman, J. (2014, February 12). Can we fix college with better student loans? Forbes Investing. Retrieved from
https://www.forbes.com/sites/joshfreedman/2014/02/12/can-we-fix-college-with- better-student-loans/#530266574763

Chapters 6 and 7 in the Financing higher education worldwide: Who pays? Who should pay? textbook.