- Getting Money for College™ teaches families how to make the college financial aid process work FOR them as opposed to against them.The most common misconception is that most middle class families will not get the financial aid they need. This misconception is based on a further misunderstanding that need-based financial aid is the only kind of financial aid that is available.Financial aid is an umbrella term that covers all grants, scholarships and loans. Financial aid based on a family’s need (according to the FAFSA and CSS Profile financial aid forms) is only one type. In fact, the largest amount of grant and scholarship dollars come directly from the college and isNOT BASED ON NEED!Our program gets the college to reduce the cost of tuition an average of $20,000-$40,000 over four years. Some families receive more than this. These savings are:
– regardless of the family’s income
– regardless of how much the family has saved for college
– regardless of their children’s high school GPA and standardized test scores.
Learn how to turn the tables around on the college, getting them to compete for your child’s enrollment.
So many families have heard stories that they use to convince themselves that filing for financial aid is futile. This leaves thousands of dollars in tuition reduction on the table.
My experience is completely different – the total savings of families who have worked with us is in the millions of dollars!
Call Joel Peck and visit our site at GettingMoneyForCollege.com.