Road Map To Cutting College Costs
Trying to figure out how to afford college? What you need is a Road Map to Cutting College Costs. It’s easier to figure things out when you have someone to show you the way! Our next online class starts Wednesday, February 1st. As a bonus to signing up, you’ll receive your own Custom College Money… Continue reading
Our Gift To You – FREE College Lists
Creating a list of colleges your student may be interested in, is an important step in the college planning process. To jumpstart your research, we are offering free college lists to help you answer questions like – Which school, in each state, has the best graduation rates? Which school, in each state, has the highest average… Continue reading
Think Your Student Is A National Merit Scholar?
PSAT test results were made available to students beginning Dec. 12th. By signing into the College Board website at psat.org/scorereport students can see how they scored. For high school juniors, a strong PSAT score could mean eligibility for a scholarship. Colleges don’t see PSAT/NMSQT scores, but they can help you access scholarships, like the National Merit Scholarship.… Continue reading
What’s The #1 Source To Find Money For College?
We Need Your Help….. Volunteer to get a free Custom College Money Report, listing colleges awarding your student the most money. See more details below…. We hear this from parents all the time……. “How can I afford college?” “My expected family contribution (EFC) is unrealistic” “What schools will give us aid?” We know… Continue reading
What’s The Difference Between Merit And Need Based Financial Aid?
College financial aid falls into two basic categories: need-based and merit based aid. It’s important to know the difference between the two. Merit based financial aid, also known as non-need based aid, is generally awarded based on some merit qualification. This can be academic, great grades or test scores; athletic, the ability to catch a football;… Continue reading