Average total college savings saved by means of various saving vehicles in the United States, by ethnicity, 2015 (in U.S. dollars)

The statistic shows the average total college savings made by families in the United States through various savings vehicles, by ethnicity. The average amounts saved by White families for college by means of rewards programs in 2015 amounted to 223 U.S. dollars, whereas in Black families this sum amounted to 305 U.S. dollars.

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Savings vehicleWhiteBlackHispanic
General savings/CDs - - -
529 plan - - -
Checking account - - -
Investments - - -
Rewards program - - -
CDs - - -
Coverdell/Education IRA - - -
Prepaid state plan - - -
UGMA/UTMA - - -
Trust - - -
Other means of saving - - -
Total average savings - - -
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