The Private Scholarship Game (Part 1) – The Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts

By Brock Jolly / May 27, 2015

Most college scholarships and grants are available through the Federal and State governments, which are ultimately controlled by the colleges themselves. However, there are a few Private scholarships that are available through outside, private sources. These private scholarships are very competitive though, and scholarship judges may spend just a few precious minutes or even seconds…

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And the Award Goes to… Students that APPLY for scholarships!

By Brock Jolly / May 6, 2015

By Theresa W. White Its awards season in Hollywood, from the Golden Globes, Grammys, Emmys, and Oscars, it seems that now is the time to celebrate the achievements of actors, directors, screenwriters and musicians. Now is also the time that both parents and students start thinking of acceptance letters, FAFSA, and scholarships! For students, the…

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A Peek Behind the Curtain of College Pricing

By Brock Jolly / March 16, 2013

By Brock T. Jolly, The College Funding Coach One of the biggest problems in planning to pay for college is that most parents simply don’t understand the rules of the game.  And it’s not as if the colleges are doing a great job of teaching us the rules—they’re not!  It reminds me of the time…

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