College Planning for a Great Life
Saturday, July 23, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
Palo Alto, CA
Come to an Informative College Planning Seminar!
You are welcome to attend one of our free college planning seminars offered by Campus Pathway. The instructor is Jeffrey Morrison, a member of the National Institute of Certified College Planners (NICCP).
How to Choose the Best College for Your Student and Your Pocketbook
The objective of this 75 minute seminar (prior to questions) is to share as much information as possible to help families find, select and afford colleges that best match their children. We will cover the following topics:
- How students should select the colleges to which they apply
- How private colleges may cost you less than public colleges
- The admission process and how the students should manage the process
- The 7 questions to ask colleges before your student applies
- The science of enrollment management and how schools use this to shape their classes
- What colleges are looking for now and how they decide among the applicants
- Understanding and maximizing chances for merit-based financial aid
- How to finance portions of college wisely to save money
- How scholarships can play an important role for families
- How the affluent can obtain financial aid
- How the 5 1/2 year average college graduation rate can impact your family finances
- How procrastination can needlessly cost your family thousands of dollars
Please make your reservation now for you, your family and any friends that you think would benefit from this information. You may do this online or here by calling (408) 973-7228 if you prefer. Reserve your seat now.
When & Where
Campus Pathway is a college consultancy focused on helping families challenged with finding, selecting and affording the best college education possible for their children.
The process usually begins with Campus Pathway working with the students in their high school years, preparing, researching and selecting colleges that are a good match for their personality, skills, values and aptitude.
Sooner is better than later! We start with students as early as 8th grade, though it is more common to start working with the families in the sophomore, junior and senior years of high school.
The Campus Pathway team stays with the families throughout the years leading up to, and including, the college experience. Then, at the discretion of the family, we stay involved to ensure the very best outcomes leading up to the retirement years. For more information, please visit www.campuspathway.com