$1 Million More
You may be asking yourself, how can one high school graduate possibly earn $1 million more than the other? It's actually pretty simple. Some high school graduates go on to college while others do not. It is well documented that the difference between what high school and college graduates can earn over a lifetime can be $1 million or more.*
Depending on the major you choose, the earnings difference can be even more drastic. For example, some STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) career tracks can possibly earn up to $3.4 million more.*
Donnelly College wants students to discover their true potential so they can become the best versions of themselves. We know that money does not define success, but when you are considering investing in your future, it's smart to think about the return on investment you'll get from earning a college degree.
Take some time to check out our academic programs, scholarship opportunities (including a STEM scholarship) and learn why students choose Donnelly. Then complete a free application for admission, and an admissions counselor will be back in touch soon. You should know, that while Donnelly is already a very affordable private school option, more than 90% of our students receive financial assistance and scholarships. It may be easier to afford a college education than you think. You will only know once you take the first step.
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Check out the research for yourself!
- The Economic Value of College Majors
- Hispanics: College Majors and Earnings
- African-Americans: College Majors and Earnings
- Nursing: Supply and Demand through 2020
- Additional reports about college, earnings and majors
*Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, McCourt School of Public Policy: The Economic Value of College Majors, 2015