Will you get a “fair” financial aid award?
The truth is most families never find out. They simply take what is offered.
As a result, many families will pay more for college than they need to. Sometimes up to tens of thousands of dollars more.
Unfortunately, I see this scenario play out over and over with families getting ready to send a child off to college.
That’s one of the main reasons my team and I developed a special Free College Funding Analysis, especially for my clients.
During your free analysis with me, 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.
A Unique Opportunity
You may not find this opportunity anywhere else in the college planning space.
It’s an “inside look” at your college funding situation with an authorized college funding advisor – absolutely free.
We’ll help you figure out where you stand, including whether or not you can lower your expected family contribution (EFC) – and maximize your eligibility for financial aid. What’s more – you set the date and time for the call.
Sign up for your free, no obligation consultation by following this link.
(It’s important to recognize that individual circumstances and efforts can significantly impact outcomes. Engagement and commitment from both the family and student are indeed crucial factors in achieving positive results. The advice and direction provided by CPN (College Planning Network) and CPF (College Planning Fresno) can serve as valuable guidance, but ultimately, it’s up to the individuals involved to actively participate and implement the recommendations effectively.)