August 31, 2021
Looking for ways to lower the cost of college, but not sure where to begin? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in the financial aid process, and the window to apply is fast approaching.
Here’s what you need to know to make completing the FAFSA as simple as possible.
To help you start the FAFSA process, join Tom Pabin, Class 101 Founder and President, as well as franchise owners Randy Stegemoller and Karen Feamster for a nationwide Zoom webinar on Thursday, Sept. 16 at 7:00 PM EDT. Class 101 is here to walk you through the process or complete the forms with you.
• How to fill out the FAFSA form
• How to stay on top of deadlines
• How to manage the entire financial aid process
• The “financial aid formula”
• Which documents are required to complete the form
• How to lower the total cost of college
Ready to secure your spot? Register in advance for this webinar at:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with access to the webinar event.
See you on Sept. 16!
April 26, 2021
Webinar Alert: How to get a jumpstart on college applications For the Class of 2022, college application season is right around the corner, meaning the road to college is about to get very real. The good news: Class 101 is launching a brand-new program that’s specifically designed to help “soon-to-be-seniors” get a jumpstart on college […]Read More >
March 1, 2021
The 101 Scholar Program is back! Class 101 will be awarding four high school students, nationwide, who make a difference in their community through volunteerism or creating a service project. Each student will win a $1,000 scholarship, and applications will be accepted beginning March 1, 2021 until May 1, 2021. The 101 Scholar represents students […]Read More >
February 10, 2021
1. The SAT: What Is It? The SAT is one of two standardized college admissions exams in the US and it’s given out seven times a year: March, May, June, August, October, November, and December. Students can take the SAT anytime starting in the 6th grade, but most opt to taking it their junior year […]Read More >