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The college admissions process is highly competitive and becoming more so each year. To improve your odds of getting in and receiving the necessary funding to attend, you must know the workings of the admissions process, and how it goes hand-in-hand with the institution’s financial aid strategies.
Although there are three funding sources – the federal government, the private sector, and the colleges – it is the institution that ultimately decides what families pay. The common knowledge is that college is both essential and expensive. The not-so-common knowledge is the fact that college is a business. Perhaps a bit harsh but very beneficial to the family if they are aware of this key factor upfront and prepare accordingly.
ALL of the decisions made by colleges on admission and funding are made to ultimately protect the interest of the school. To that point, colleges will discount their price to attract those students they would like most to attend. In essence, colleges are investing in these students and are looking for a return on that investment – the student giving back to the school’s endowment fund after graduation, for example.
Fady Chaccour is a Certified College Advisor (CCA) and an authorized representative with the American College Foundation (ACF) and College Funding Solutions, Inc. Fady helps each family easily understand the inner-workings of the process, prepare a workable plan, and stay on track … all while ensuring the student receives the best education for the money.
Use “Invitation Code” to Apply: M11769
All high school students are eligible to apply. Financial need is NOT considered. The application process is free, quick, and easy. The top award is $5,000!
Each award is a one-time, non-renewable, award that is paid directly to the institution and is to be used exclusively to offset costs and fees related directly to the student’s first year of higher post-secondary education at an accredited institution of the student’s choosing within the United States.