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What would you do if you had the exact resources and support you needed to graduate from college and pursue the job of your dreams?
Do you have a goal of attending college, but feel that
you can’t because of not having…
CONFIDENCE IN THE
If so, did you know that you’re no different than many students out there?
The real challenge for you is to IGNORE the voice that says you’re not ready or capable of graduating from college. In my many years of counseling, this is the #1 reason why I see students return after their first year of college. Not because they aren’t capable, but because they lack the confidence. Life is 90% perspective 10% what happens to you!
It’s time to open your eyes and realize the truth:
Imagine how your life would change if you simply stopped the negative recording and started saying YES to yourself. Imagine the job options you could have, the money you could make, and the higher quality of life you would have by graduating from college.
But before you can achieve this, you really need to…
Start believing that it is POSSIBLE!
If you’re like most students who have decided to apply for college, you have probably encountered two common obstacles:
1) The belief that you can’t afford it!
Nearly one-half of all college qualified low and moderate-income high school graduates do not enroll in a four-year college because of financial barriers.
Did you know that the grand total for aid given out to students in the 2010 fiscal year was 133.8 BILLION dollars?
Yet students believe the MYTH of not being able to afford college. The truth is that ANY student can afford college if they maintain excellent grades and have access to the RIGHT financial resources. And there is A LOT of money available especially for low-income students. More on that later.
2) Feeling overwhelmed by the application process!
The college application process can seem very overwhelming. Like many prospective college students, you might be battling self-doubt and the temptation to just throw in the towel. But before you do just know that you are not alone!
Feeling overwhelmed is the result of two
1) Not knowing the right questions to ask.
2) Not having a method to the madness.
Staying organized, reaching out for support, and keeping track of deadlines can exponentially increase the ease of the application process. Proper guidance, even if you have to go out and fish for it, is crucial to completing your application efficiently and timely. Not sure WHO TO ASK for help? I will introduce you to a number of resources and organizations that are just waiting to help you. I will also show you what factors to consider when selecting and applying to college, which could mean the difference of 1,000′s of dollars in your financial aid package.
“What Students are Saying”
“I strongly recommend this book to any student or parent who wants their kid to be prepared for college. The information is broken down into simple chapters that walk you through the entire college going process. Learning that I was apart of the modest 27% of minority students who graduate from high school, helped me realize that it is time for change in our generation. We must obtain a college education, and If we don’t plan for it, we won’t be successful. ”
- Erik G., COC
“I was shocked to learn that one-half of college qualified low-income high school graduates don’t even enroll in 4 year colleges because of financial barriers. I didn’t want this to be me. This guide was hands-down the most informative book out there. It really restored my confidence and helped me to get creative about funding my education.”
- Jadah S., USF