Nothing is more stressful than worrying about paying your bills. I've been there, and it's extremely stressful. Right now, many Americans are facing hardship. They're facing hardship because many businesses have been forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. When businesses close, people lose money and their jobs. Some companies have promised to hire back employees that they've had to lay off, but others are not so lucky.

Mercer County Community College wants to help those who still want to further their education according to The Patch. Registration for summer classes at Mercer County Community College is now open and they are really hoping that this tuition decrease will encourage enrollment. Tuition will not cost $162.65 per credit if you live in Mercer County, and a 20% off for people who don't live in Mercer County. As of now, all classes are now online or remote and the discount will still apply even if classes stay that way.

For more info, check out this article from The Patch, or visit Mercer County Community College's website.

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