Every student is unique and every college is different. This service helps identify a list of colleges within the family budget where the student will academically and socially thrive.
College is a huge investment. Prior to paying up to $35,000 for the 1st semester, ensure your teen is ready to excel. This service is an assessment of a HS students’ readiness for College with a tailored list of sound and motivational suggestions to better prepare your student for college.
Due to the big business “Sticker Price” tactics of most colleges, it is extremely challenging and time consuming for parents and students to figure out which list of colleges are within their budget. This service identifies the list of colleges within a family’s range based on a multitude of factors.
Some students & parents have their hearts set on one or two specific colleges. Some want to expand their list of colleges and find other colleges that are similar or even better. The purpose of this service is to identify, gather, and present valuable data and insights that parents and students may be unaware about their targeted colleges and to identify other colleges that may be a much better fit.
Estimating ROI is a very important consideration and factor when parents and students may be spending or taking on students debt up to an average of $150,000 – $250,000 in a 4 to 6 year span for one student completing an undergraduate degree.
Most students and parents simply sign up for a Campus tour and the informational session when they visit colleges. “Savvy College Visits” & Planning service provides students and parents with the most opportunities to optimize their college visit and arm them with a list of the most relevant questions and prioritized activities.
One of the biggest financial risks for parents is sending their child to college without having a strong idea of what major or degree their child would like to pursue. The “Savvy Guidance for the Undecided” service helps reduce the risk.
Colleges costs can range from $100K-$350K for a 4 year undergraduate degree. Why would students and parents rely on a flip of the coin or a high level pros and cons list to make one of the most significant decisions of their lives. Instead, students and parents can utilize a robust and objective decision making tool. The purpose is to help make the decision of which colleges to apply to and which college to enroll in before May 1st.