It’s May 1st – National College Decision Day. See Where Everyone Is Going……
It’s been a long process for all involved, so congratulations on making it through the maze of what is college admissions in this day and age.
Here are some comments from group members on their feelings about the Paying For College 101 group….
“We are officially done. My son has chosen a university, accepted their financial package, picked his dorm, his meal plan and we crossed all of our T’s and dotted our I’s! There is no way I would have survived this process without the help of this amazing group. I want to thank everyone who helped, who answered my endless questions, who helped this lost momma. Thank you to those who took time to text, message and even talk on the phone… This group provided such valuable information that I will forever be grateful for. Now I know what mistakes to try and not make with my next one. “
“Everyone knows so much on here, I have learned so much more than just how to pay for college. It’s AWESOME!”
“Hello! My oldest was recently accepted to two schools. She only received acceptances, nothing that stated anything about aid. Does that come later? We want to make the best decision and cost is a huge factor. I definitely wasn’t informed when I was on this journey myself, therefore I owe a million $$ in student loans. I’m grateful for the information posted in this group so that my daughter won’t make the same mistakes that I did! Thank you in advance!”
“Paying For College 101 is a fantastic group on FB. Ask to join if you’ve got a high school student. I guarantee you’ll learn a lot – parents chiming in about the college search process, how to pay for it, where the merit money is, etc.”
CONNECT WITH OTHER PARENTS TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE
JOIN ONE OR ALL OF OUR FACEBOOK GROUPS:
As so many families are moving on to deal with other issues after college admissions, we’ve created a new group called Paying Off Student Loans 101.We hope to continue helping families through the financial decisions once in college and after graduation. Unfortunately, getting into college is just the beginning.
CONNECT WITH OTHER FAMILIES TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PAY OFF STUDENT LOANS
JOIN OUR NEW GROUP: PAYING OFF STUDENT LOANS 101