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Here at College Planning Masters, failure is not an option. Our specialized and well-trained team knows that preparing to send a child to college requires a family effort and a big financial commitment. It is our goal to educate our client families, students and to make the process as effortless as possible. Many times families are overwhelmed by the process – the applications, financial aid forms, and deadlines. At College Planning Masters, we’ll work with you every step of the way to ensure your student gets the most they can out of the college planning phase.
The key to college planning is early preparation. Waiting until your student is in their senior year of high school turns college planning into “crisis management”. Make no mistake, college admissions and funding is a competition and studies now show that colleges are screening prospective students as early as their freshman year in High School! There is a lot of false and misleading information that often confuses those families that try to tackle the process on their own.
Our team will dispel the common college planning myths and help you understand how private ‘big ticket’ universities can cost you less and take less time to graduate from than a state college. We will also help you avoid the most common Financial Aid traps that will wind up costing you thousands of dollars in financial aid.
How to Get Started
By attending our FREE College Planning Workshop, you will leave with information that will provide you with an excellent foundation for the critical decisions that you will need to make – avoiding common mistakes that will backfire on you! Our workshops cover many topics including how to double or even triple eligibility for college funding.
No time is too early to start planning! If you are the parent of a sophomore, junior or senior in high school that is college bound in the next year or two, you cannot afford to miss one of our valuable workshops! It could literally save you thousands upon thousands of dollars!
Important Things to Keep in Mind
- Are your students developing the momentum needed to gain admission to the College or University of their choice?
- Is your only source of information about college planning coming from your student and/or what they’re hearing from their friends?
- Are fears of not being able to pay for college holding you back from exploring private vs. public schools?
- Will you be able to position yourself to maximize your eligibility for financial aid? Or will you be paying more ‘out of pocket’ than you should?