College is expensive but if you want to cut cost one way to go about it is Community College.
Tuition is usually cheaper then it is at a state or private school, and you can always go for a couple of years and transfer later.
Your savings will vary depending on where you live, though student loan hero breaks the savings down by state
To come up with their numbers, Student Loan Hero calculated the costs of college credits at schools nationwide, comparing the cost of earning the first 60 credits of a 120-credit degree at a two-year public school vs. four years.
On average, they found that the college credits are 60% cheaper at a community college versus a four-year public college.
Therefore, a student who earns their first 60 credits at a two-year public school before transferring to an in-state college would pay an average of $11,377 less for a four-year degree.