10 Items You Should Research Before Ever Committing To A College

By Brock Jolly / September 22, 2020

This post was updated on September 23, 2020. It was originally published on June 1, 2016.  Rising high school juniors and seniors have already begun or will begin to look seriously at colleges soon. Many students are focused on the following factors in their college search: The looks and size of the campus The quality…

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College Tuition IS Negotiable

By Brock Jolly / September 21, 2020

You read the title correctly! College tuition is negotiable! While listening to this webinar you will learn from a well-known expert and parent the unknown secrets of how to successfully pay less college tuition. Grab your seat now as this webinar will fill quickly! Click the link to register. Joel Peck is a Certified Public…

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Little-Known Secrets of Paying for College Webinar- Spanish On Demand

By Brock Jolly / September 15, 2020

For many families, the high cost of higher education is a daunting proposition. Parents lie awake at night trying to figure out how to afford sending their children to college and still have enough of their hard earned money to be able to retire one day. Some families have children attending college next year and…

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An Inside Look at College Admissions in the COVID-19 Age On Demand Webinar

By Brock Jolly / September 15, 2020

Covid-19 has turned our world upside down! The information on college admissions, financial aid, standardized testing, distance learning….it’s all so confusing! Tune in to hear reliable and clear answers to the many questions that you have been asking. Please join Brock Jolly, Founder of The College Funding Coach® and George Mason University Dean of Admissions,…

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How Out-Of-State Students Can Get In-State Tuition On Demand Webinar

By Brock Jolly / September 15, 2020

Many students now attend public universities to reduce the cost of higher education. Unfortunately, students often face a huge premium if they want to attend a public university that is not in their state of residence. This can be very problematic if good public university options are limited within their own state. The good news…

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Step By Step Guide To Getting Cheap Textbooks For College

By Brock Jolly / August 11, 2020

This post was originally published on August 3, 2015. It was updated on August 11, 2020. You may have spent years focusing on GPA and extracurriculars; you may have spent time and money preparing for and taking the SAT/ACT, researching and visiting colleges, trying to figure out how to pay for college, trying to understand…

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How Out-Of-State Students Can Get In-State Tuition

By Brock Jolly / July 16, 2020

This article was originally published on July 15, 2016. It was updated on July 16, 2020. Many students now attend public universities to reduce the cost of higher education. Unfortunately, students often face a huge premium if they want to attend a public university that is not in their state of residence. This can be…

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OPM (Other People’s Money) A discussion on Scholarships

By Brock Jolly / May 11, 2020

Please join us for an enlightening and valuable discussion! Hear from a known expert in the field of finding and winning scholarships. Jocelyn was able to pay for her college education by earning $126,000 in scholarships. She has helped 1000’s of other students avoid college debt by finding OPM (Other People’s Money). Her experience, insights…

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The FAFSA Verification Process and Financial Award Letter

By Brock Jolly / February 28, 2020

Verification Does Not Mean You’re In Trouble Once you submit the FAFSA, and the government calculates your family’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC), it will then be displayed on your Student Aid Report (SAR). The federal government or a specific college/university may then require verification of the information you supplied on your FAFSA. This is not…

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Understanding Your Student Aid Report (SAR)

By Brock Jolly / February 21, 2020

This article was updated on February 21, 2020. It was originally published on February 18, 2016. The Student Aid Report (SAR) is a confusing government-type report that summarizes the information that you provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here are the important things to look at when you receive your report.…

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