College Planning Workshop

Methacton High School

wednesday, november 2 — 7:00 pm est

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Before it's too late—find out how your actions now impact admissions and financial aid later. Even if your family makes too much money for need-based aid, we’ll uncover strategies to pay for college in the most cost-effective way — without putting a strain on the rest of your finances.

Information You'll Get:
  • 529s — the drawbacks you don't know about and how they can affect the financial aid you receive
  • FAFSA — the biggest mistakes parents make when filling out this and other forms, why it's important, and how to get it right
  • EFC (Expected Family Contribution) — why you need to know this number, how the government calculates it, and how it affects your financial aid
  • Financial Aid — how you can get it even if you make a lot of money
  • Scholarships —how to avoid scams, and where the most money comes from
  • Loans — the good, the bad, and the downright terrible options for loans
  • Student Loans — how they've changed and why they aren't enough anymore, plus other options available for college funding
  • School Choice — how the right fit can lower your out-of-pocket-costs
  • Savings Strategies — how your ways of saving money affect financial aid
  • Student Preparation — assessments including the Strong Interest Inventory, guidance through Academic Impact Mentoring (AIM), college search, right-fit schools, and applications

SAVE YOUR SPOT


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Our College Planning Experts

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david a. Kozak

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JOHN J. LENNON

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JOe Kerins

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clay kovatch

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