High School Counselors
There are many resources that can help you better advise your students in the areas of financial aid, scholarships and debt management. If after going through this material, you need clarification or have follow up questions, contact our office at email@example.com or 520.621.1858.
You can order many different educational brochures, posters, bookmarks, and CD’s for your office. Topics include the benefits of a college education, financial aid, and debt management.
Our web page:
We work hard to keep our web page up-to-date with useful information for our students and their parents. Much of the information can also be used by High School Counselors.
How to Apply
Knowing how and when to apply for financial aid is important. We explain the entire process.
If your student has been asked to fill out the College Goal PROFILE go to IM Policy for more information.
College Goal Sunday
If you need help with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), we can help. Every year financial aid administrators throughout the United States help students complete their FAFSA’s. For upcoming dates please visit www.collegegoalsunday.com.
Scholarships are every bit as free as grants and we believe students should apply for as many as possible. Be sure they check this web page often as it is updated on a regular basis.
College is a new experience for many students and parents, and we understand there are often a lot of questions. We have compiled all the most frequently asked questions, answered them, organized them by subject and posted them online.
Want to request that a financial aid counselor visit your school? We have staff and presentation materials available for college nights and other college education functions. If you are interested in hosting one of them for your school, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We request that you include the following information in your email: your name, contact information, school name and address, preferred date/time of event and approximately how many students will be attending.