I'm still a junior in high school so I have a little while before I really have to apply to a college but I have been looking.
I have been looking at schools with Sports Management type degrees and I found Northwood University in Midland Michigan, and Marian College in Indy. The problem with both those schools is that they are so freaking expensive. Northwood's tuition is 15,000 per year and I beliee Marian's is 20,000+ per year. That is a outrageous price to pay for an education.
I know that Ball State and Indiana State offer degree(s) that I have interest in but the problem is I am not going to Core 40 diplomia and I fear of how hard the courses might be at those colleges. I know I could pass the courses but by how much is something I don't know. So that is why I really haven't considered those schools besides the fact that I am thinking that I don't want to transfer or else I could just go to say Ivy Tech.
So, for all you college graduates out there who had a fairly high tuition, do you think it was worth it and how difficult was it for you to pay for your college?
One more thing, does anyone know if you have to be a teacher before you can become a high school athletic director?
Thanks in advance to anyone that responds.