It's so expensive that 28% of students will drop out of school just because of money, and 3.9 million students will leave school every year with student loan debt and no degree. And. They Still. Have. To. Pay. The. Money. Back. But it doesn't have to be this way. We can help you avoid the pitfalls that come with paying for a college education.
"College Funding Strategies" is an online, six-week program that coaches families through the college funding process. We offer both a cohort and self-paced model, and weekly content includes live online sessions (cohort), videos (self-paced), homework assignments, and resources/tools to help you figure this process out.
This program is for families with at least one student who is in middle school, high school, or out of high school and applying to college. This is also a great program for families of students transferring between colleges.
In order to take full advantage of the course, you should be able to commit to a minimum of 9 hours on course content and homework assignments. If you are signing up for the self-paced program, you have an entire year to complete the sessions.
If you need additional accountability and support, the cohort provides it! The cohort meets online once per week during the 6 weeks. Plan to spend two hours per week on course content, homework, and group office hours/chats (although all are optional).
Shironda is an alumna of Spelman College and holds a Graduate Citation in Nonprofit Management from Harvard University and an MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. Fun fact: she secured more than $100,000 in free funding for her MBA.