Apparently, 'Free college online' is one of the most searched keywords according to a 2012 Google data metrics report. With US college debt rate soaring off the charts, this is the opportune moment for the 'how-to' book authors to give some 'valuable' suggestions on cutting tuition costs.
Jeff Libby, a statistical researcher and author, has released his new book titled Free College Online available for sale from his informative website. According to the Press release, the book provides information about 'thousands of universities that offer free tuition' without requiring the need to obtain expensive student loans.
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He appears to be extra enthusiastic about the success of the book. "I am so confident in my book that I will refund the purchase price to anyone that does not find a free college program in their subject of study," said Libby.
The press release also said 'the drive and determination behind the Free College Online book is to help those that cannot afford the soaring costs of education find out how to get the education for no cost. This informative book is written for students, adults and business owners in every country in the world.'
The author claims, the information that is provided in the Free College Online book can help a new student, working adult or employer that is searching for a way to eliminate the rising costs of obtaining a college education. Many of the universities that are included in this new book offer online undergraduate and graduate degree programs that can be completed quickly from an Internet connected device.