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Education as an Investment

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SUU Orientation

on 9 May 2013

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Transcript of Education as an Investment

Education as an Investment Education as an Investment Rewards of Education College Graduates …
Vote more often
Are better parents
Live healthier lives
Have higher job satisfaction
Have a lower un-employment rate
Receive better benefits (retirement/insurance)
Have a higher earning potential Rewards of Education Funding your Education Current student scholarships
Scholarship Housing
Private Scholarships
Federal Work-Study
An investment is the immediate allocation of resources in anticipation of a long term reward.

An education requires both real and opportunity costs, and the reward is a long term reward. Current Student Scholarships Departmental Scholarships

Endowment Scholarships Application opens November 15th
Applications are DUE February 1st Scholarship Housing Scholarship Housing is a partial housing award redeemable through Leavitt Land & Investment.

If awarded, the scholarship will cover 75% of your rent and you will be responsible for the remaining 25% Application opens November 1st
Applications are DUE February 1st Private Scholarships For more private scholarship information, visit Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) The application is available January 1st every year. What is an investment? What makes education an investment?
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