Being prepared for college is extremely important. While most students and parents focus on the big decisions – choosing a school, roommate, major – there are also financial considerations to take into account.
Even if you don’t expect to get financial aid, filling out a FAFSA is still important. It puts your family in the position of becoming eligible for any version of federal student aid, which includes low-cost loans (Stafford unsubsidized and subsidized loans), grants, and work-study. The FAFSA may also determine your eligibility for state and school aid as well.
Let us help you with some of the more complex financial aspects of preparing for college:
- Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Calculation
- Recommendations to Potentially Reduce Your EFC
- FAFSA and CSS Profile Completion
- Student Loan Application Completion
- Assisting with scholarship and grant applications
- Guidance and sample letters to appeal financial aid awards
- Evaluating and explaining award letters including personalized summary of top 3 school choices with award and funding breakdowns
- Loan Forgiveness Option Assistance (ASK TODAY to learn more and see if you or your child may qualify)