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High School Counselors


Educational dreams can come true regardless of a family’s financial situation. We know the financial aid process and we share that knowledge with students, parents and counselors across the state. 

Financial Aid Awareness Services

  • Financial Aid Night Presentations
    Learn the basics of all the federal and state programs, eligibility criteria application processes, award amounts, things to look for, things to avoid, and more. Provided on your campus this entertaining and captivating 45-minute presentation will make sure your families understand the financial aid process.
  • FAFSA Submission Workshops
    Submitting the FAFSA is the first and most important step in starting the financial aid process. Some, especially first-time applicants, can be intimidated by the form and the procedure.  Our trained and experienced staff member will come to your computer lab and assist families as they actually complete and submit this all important form.  


The college world is different, the people, the teachers, the work loan, the activities, the expectations. The Next Step: Transition from High School to College will address the things high school seniors are wondering but might be afraid to ask. Whether in a classroom or an evening presentation our staff will bring this presentation to your students.   

In addition we have a fun-filled presentation designed for the parents of seniors which we will gladly bring to your school. Off to College: A Survival Guide for Parents is filled with tips, suggestions and ways deal with the transition and changes that occur as students move into college. You have been looking forward to and dreading this day for years, why not make the most of it? From 'move in day' suggestions to dealing with homesickness there is useful information for every parent.


Request A Presentation

If you're a school counselor or financial aid officer and would like to learn more about our Financial Aid Night presentation, FAFSA help, a college fair engagement, or simply have a question please contact us using the form below. We’re always looking for ways to partner with you to help local students, families, and schools with college and financial planning.

Expert Advice

While we always want students to get all the 'free' money they can in the form of grants and scholarships, the unfortunate reality is the high cost of college often requires borrowing. Our advisers can help students figure out the right mix of loans, scholarships, and other funding to pay for school.

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