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Six Ways to Cut College Costs

What parents need to know to save on sending their child to college

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Parents are asking:
  • How am I going to afford to send my child to college?

  • Will my child qualify for financial aid?

  • What are the different kinds of financial aid available

  • Will I actually have to pay the sticker price?

  • What's the best way to find the schools that offer the most aid?

  • What websites and tools exist to help me?

  • How do I determine if a school is worth the cost?

 

College planning can be an anxious and overwhelming process for parents, and the consequences of poor planning can leave children saddled with debt. The reality is that paying for college isn't as scary as tuition-rates would lead you to believe. With some know-how, you can drastically slash the price-tag of sending your child to college. 

At this workshop, you will learn: 

  • The six ways to drastically cut college costs

  • How to use a college's Net Price Calculator to find out what that college will actually cost

  • The five sources of financial aid and which one you should prioritize 

  • The Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number, and how to find yours

  • How grants and scholarships actually get awarded, and which ones are worth going after

  • The difference between government and private loans and how to choose the best ones

  • How to find a college's graduation rate and why it's crucial 

  • The truth about athletic scholarships and why they aren't always as desirable as commonly believed

Join us for an informational workshop at [VENUE NAME] on Six Ways to Cut College Costs on [Date from Time-Frame].

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