Are You Paying Too Much For College?

Our Expertise

Welcome to ProCollege Planners, where we are on a mission to transform the college planning experience for families like yours.

We understand the dreams you have for your child and the concerns you face when it comes to college admissions and finances. That's why we are here to provide you with the tools, strategies, and support you need to make those dreams a reality.

Tailored Solutions

Empowering Your Financial Journey

College Cost Estimator

Determine your college costs in a rank order of affordability based on your family income without hours of research or knowing how to be a financial aid expert

Cost Reduction Strategies

Find "lost" money in your plan, including how to find the best merit aid, get scholarships, and how to negotiate with schools to lower your cost.

College Counseling

Have a private counselor help you find the right college that fits your student's ideal career profile and help you with applications and admission process, saving hundreds of hours of research and

Frequently Asked Questions

When should we start college planning?

It's never too early to start college planning! Ideally, it is recommended to begin the process in the early years of high school, around the freshman or sophomore year. This allows ample time to research colleges, understand admission requirements, and plan your child's academic trajectory accordingly. However, even if your child is in their junior or senior year, it's never too late to start. We can help you catch up and make the most of the time available.

What types of financial aid are available?

There are various types of financial aid available to students, including scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and loans. Scholarships are typically awarded based on merit or specific criteria, while grants are often need-based and do not require repayment. Work-study programs provide part-time employment opportunities on campus, and loans need to be repaid over time with interest. Our experts will guide you through the process, helping you understand the differences and explore the options that best suit your financial situation.

How can we find out about scholarships?

There are several ways to find out about available merit-based scholarships. Start by researching scholarship databases, both online and offline, which list various scholarship opportunities based on different criteria. Additionally, reach out to your child's high school guidance counselor, who can provide information about local or school-specific scholarships. Explore professional organizations, community groups, and corporations that offer scholarships related to your child's interests or field of study. Our experts will guide you through this process, ensuring you don't miss any potential scholarship opportunities.

How do we compare different financial aid offers from colleges?

Comparing financial aid offers can be overwhelming, but we are here to help. Our experts will assist you in deciphering the details of each offer, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities. We will help you evaluate the overall cost of attendance, the portion covered by financial aid, and any remaining expenses. By comparing the net cost, taking into account all the elements of the financial aid packages, we will guide you in making an informed decision that aligns with your financial goals.

How important are extracurricular activities in the college admission process?

Extracurricular activities play a crucial role in the college admissions process. Admissions committees look beyond grades and test scores to gain a holistic understanding of the applicant. Engaging in extracurricular activities demonstrates your child's interests, passions, leadership skills, and ability to manage their time effectively. It is essential to encourage your child to participate in activities they are genuinely passionate about, as this can make a significant impact on their college applications.

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