“This almost sounds too good to be true” Say some parents after I share with them just a few facts about the college funding process. Such as:
Fact #1: $227.2 billion in financial aid was given out during the 2013-14 academic year.
Fact #2: $19,075 per year is the average aid package received by families that work with me.
Fact #3: $4,809 is the average increase in financial aid awards my expert appeals team was able to secure ‘under-awarded’ families.
I can’t blame parents for being a little skeptical. These are some BIG numbers. This is one of the main reasons my team and I developed a special FREE College Funding Analysis, exclusively for my clients.
Right now I don’t know how much your family will be able to benefit from our college funding program. But we both will after we meet to review your family’s unique situation.
During your family’s FREE College Funding Analysis you’ll learn: What can be done to lower your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and/or your family’s overall college costs, while maximizing your eligibility for financial aid, what specific strategies you can take advantage of to help increase your child’s chances of getting accepted into the colleges they’re most interested in, a snapshot of your current college funding situation, including an expert estimate on how much your situation could improve, by incorporating applicable college admissions & financial aid strategies, how your child can attend an expensive private college — for less than the cost of a state school, plus, answers to many more questions you may have.
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