Wouldn’t it be great if you had professional guidance, the best college planning tools and an exceptional team of people that gives you and your student the attention and personalized direction this process requires. We guide your student to choose the right college that is a social, academic and financial fit. We take our students through a thorough process to ensure they are successful in their college plan. Let us help you!!
With over $1.5 Trillion of student loan debt out there, applying to college has become an anxiety-producing experience for students and parents alike. Our motto at College Planning 101 is “Making the Overwhelming Easier”—and we mean it! Working throughout the United States and internationally, our trained professionals help high school and college transfer students make college affordable by going through a process that doesn’t leave any free money behind.
We do this by having our students complete a career assessment, making sure they are choosing careers that have decent pay and a good outlook. We create the perfect college list based on academics and affordability. We make sure they are prepping for their SAT/ACT’s, reviewing their college applications and keeping our clients ahead of due dates during the lengthy college preparation process. Our financial planning services include calculating your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC), completing the financial aid forms and with the use of exceptional software, we help our families identify merit and need-based scholarship opportunities that they could qualify for.
We are so proud to report that 5 of our students received a full ride, our students get into all their colleges and 90% of our families saved on average $15,000 off their first year of college. That’s the power of what we do here. Let us help you afford college.
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Disclaimer: Given the nature of the admissions process and the selectivity of many educational institutions, we cannot guarantee admission to any institution nor the amount of financial or merit aid a student will receive.