Financial Aid Counseling
Have you ask yourself How am I Going to Pay for a College Education?
For a lot of parents, the first question that comes to mind when their teenagers prepare to attend college is, “How am I going to pay for this?” Let’s face it – college is expensive!
The good news – There are scholarship, grants, loans and work-study programs available to help finance college education.
Scholarships and grants are the best kinds of financial aid – you don’t have to pay those back. They can either be need based, given because of the financial situation of the student and her family, or merit based, awarded to a student for strong academic skills or talents. Some scholarships are a blend of need and merit.
Loans are a form of financial aid that you will have to pay back. Work-study programs require your student to work in order to receive money for college.
Why Financial Aid Counseling?
- We know the colleges and government institutions that give financial aid and what they are looking for in students.
- Financial aid applications are complex, confusing and frustrating. We help you prepare a superb application, essays, resume and portfolio that increase your probability of obtaining academic, artistic and athletic financial aid.
- The financial investment in counseling is minimal compared to the financial rewards. It helps alleviate the financial pressure of the cost of college education.
We improve your probability of getting partial and full financial support from colleges and government institutions by guiding you in the application process.