How it Works

College For All perceived that for many students looking to obtain a bachelor’s degree the option of a traditional college, and the debt ensued, put achieving a bachelor’s degree out of reach. Now we have the solution with College For All, through creating an innovated and affordable approach for students to gain their fully accredited bachelor’s degree, students can go through college debt free. Higher education is available to everyone with College For All.

All inclusive program 

Being a student at College For All includes academic advisement and instruction, study materials, library access, as well as accreditation and enrollment in the degree-issuing university, Thomas Edison State University. When testing day arrives, all CLEPs and DSSTs exams are administered free of charge for onsite College For All students. We believe everyone deserves a chance to achieve their educational goals and reach their full potential, with our innovative and affordable program at College For All, this is possible. To learn more about our innovative program visit the How It Works page.

Costs: A student that studies at a state university typically pays an average expense of $100,000 for a four year degree, including tuition, course fees, textbook materials, and living expenses. However, students like any good consumer are now looking for alternatives to these high prices. Now through the College For All educational model students can gain their bachelor’s degree affordably. This is achieved by the process of manageable monthly payments. Provided to students is support and materials to be ready for exam day and guidance for coursework. Throughout the span of the four-year program a student would pay a monthly investment until the completion of the program.

Test Preparation Program 

This package is great for students wishing to take individual courses. Students utilize this program to earn remaining needed college credit. Other students choose this route to opt-out of their freshmen year of college through obtaining those credits through examination and then transferring to another university or college. Either way, this program provides added flexibility to earning college credit.