February 2, 2019
I hear some crazy questions about getting money for college. You may be the parent that asks all of your friends these questions and then gets multiple, conflicting answers that leave you confused. I thought this would be a great chance to set the record straight.
You don’t need to ask your friends, and your students don’t need to ask the kid who is bragging about how much they know about college admissions, despite never having gone to college. If you didn’t know this already, kids don’t always tell the ‘complete’ truth.
In addition, if you’re tense about what colleges that your kid should visit, if you question if your kid can even get into college, or if he will even be able to get a job after college: chill…I’ve got the answers for you!
If you have a high schooler and you’re getting a sour stomach because you are worried about not being able to afford college, and you’ve overheard your friends referring to kids getting “huge scholarships” or “full rides” but don’t think your kid will ever get any money…then you need to talk to an expert about this stuff!
Uh…yeah. I hate to break it to you – you may need to do a little more research.
But hey, don’t sweat it – we got you covered! Contact Class 101 in Central Indiana, so that we can help you understand how to win the Financial Aid & College game.
October 29, 2020
It’s College Planning Crunch Time There’s no denying it: Junior year is the most critical time for college planning. It’s when high schoolers start to focus on their future and make decisions that really count. And with most students just 10 months away from applying to college, it’s clear that the eleventh grade is crunch […]Read More >
September 12, 2019
Everyone Should Submit a FAFSA Last week, I chatted on the phone with a business owner in Carmel, Indiana who makes close to 7 figures. He wanted to know how to qualify for tuition discounts at the colleges his twins were applying to. Betcha that seems crazy to you, right? It shouldn’t! If you felt […]Read More >