Significant changes are being made to the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) this year. The time it has taken to make these updates has caused a delay in opening the FAFSA. While the application typically opens on October 1st, it is now expected to open in December.
In this 30 minute workshop, we will cover:
What the FAFSA changes entail
How these changes will affect families
What families need to understand before the release date
Who will be most affected by the FAFSA changes?
Students with divorced parents
Business and farm owners
Families with more than 1 child in college
My College Planning Team works with families nationwide to tackle college planning from both an academic and financial perspective, helping reduce costs at each student’s best-fit college. We empower families of all income levels, and students of all abilities, to succeed in the college process. Our shared passion is to help all families attain quality higher education. Our guiding principle is multi-faceted: PARENTS- You don’t have to sacrifice your retirement to provide your child with a quality education. STUDENTS- Get your degree in 4 years, and get the very most out of your college experience!
Our full-service team will guide you to find colleges that fit your student’s unique aspirations — and your budget.
Here is what we know: College prices have increased at twice the rate of inflation year after year. Most middle-income families can’t afford to fully pay for college. Parent and student loan debt is at an all-time high. The average student takes 5.8 years to earn their 4-year degree.
We Can Make College Affordable Again!
This is NOT a sales presentation, but rather an opportunity for you to learn more about the college process.