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As we enter the post Covid world, My College Planning Team will continue to operate remotely in order to support families around the country. Please see our new offerings for online workshops during these unprecedented times.

Here is what we know:

College costs have increased at twice the rate of inflation year after year.
Most middle-income families can’t afford to fully pay for college.
Parent and student loan debt is at an all-time high.
The average student takes 5.8 years to earn their 4-year degree.

We Can Make College Affordable Again!

ATTEND ONE OF OUR FREE WORKSHOPS

91% of parents give our workshops the highest possible rating on how helpful they were to them.

THEN SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION

95% of parents give us a perfect score on our free conferences.

Hear from parents and students about how we have helped them:

Less Stress, Less Cost

Few life choices have as great an impact as the college you choose. Families find this decision to be overwhelming.They struggle to understand the process and make wise choices.  There’s a lot to know!  Our college planning experts are here to help. We guide families in the careful, systematic planning that leads to success. We know that when this process is done well, students graduate in 4 years with little debt, engaged in a fulfilling career.

What Makes Us Unique?

Our team is composed of experienced college admissions professionals and specialized college financial strategists. We bring together college planning and college funding experts from financial and educational services areas in a collective and comprehensive way. We can serve you from the beginning stages of college savings through your child’s career launch. You work with your own dedicated advisor who stays with you through the entire process. 

Choosing and funding a college experience can seem daunting, but our team of experts are here to assist you every step of the way.

Join one of our upcoming online workshops to learn more:

Becoming Debt Free – Strategies for Paying Off College Loans – Arlington Heights Public Library

Mon, August 2, 2021 7:00 PM

The content published on our website is written within the context of  existing FAFSA rules.  These rules are subject to change for students entering or already in college in 2024.  Please read our newsletter to regular updates on the status of these proposed changes which, though codified into law, are still subject for revision by the Department of Education.

Serving Families in Chicagoland and Across the United States

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