The College Funding Solutions eBook is packed with tips and financial aid strategies from the Certified Education Planner experts of Prescott College Consulting. The President of Prescott College Consulting explained the genesis of the book, “We recognize the challenges families and students are facing. We know there are better options and ways for students to finance their education. This book is the culmination of our over forty years experience in guiding families and students during this challenging yet exciting time.”
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Here are some basics to keep in mind to help with the transition from high school to college –
- The transition to college often can be an emotional roller coaster ride for parents the summer before their child’s departure time. The closer it gets, be prepared to see less of your child and allow them to spend time with their friends, this helps strengthen the child’s own sense of independence and confidence.
- Discuss frankly with your child their academic goals. It’s important your child clarifies their academic direction before classes begin and it also provides an ideal moment to discuss the academic expectations from them during the first year in college.
- Involve your child in finding the best college funding solutions. It is best to consult a Certified Educational Planner, such as Prescott College Consulting. The help of these qualified financial aid educational consultants can save students and their families literally thousands of dollars.
- Finally, send small care packages with letters, treats from home or basic necessities. These small physical gestures go a long way in bridging the emotional and physical gap in a student’s first year of college.