College Is EXPENSIVE
And even if you've been out on your own and working for a while, the options for funding it can seem daunting. Do you borrow from retirement? Cash out savings or home equity? Borrow federal or private student loans? Will going to school part-time while continuing to work really save you money? What other options are available?
Our 12-month plan includes "College Funding Strategies For Adult Learners," an online, three-week program that coaches current and prospective students through the college funding process. Weekly content includes video sessions, homework assignments, and resources/tools to help you figure this process out.
Who Is The Program For?
This program is for those who are 25+ and entering or preparing to attend college in the U.S., whether you will attend a community college or a 4-year college/university. This program is for both entering students and transfer students.
In order to take full advantage of the course, you should be able to commit to a minimum of 4 hours on course content, pre-work, and homework assignments.
Selecting a school that makes sense both financially and for your career goals
Evaluating and negotiating financial aid offers
Determining how to pay for school (and how not to pay for it)
Calculating the “True Cost” of your desired college experience
Developing a budget that works for you
Common financial pitfalls to avoid
Shironda White, MBA
Shironda is an alumna of Spelman College and holds a Graduate Citation in Nonprofit Management from Harvard University and an MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. Fun fact: she secured more than $100,000 in free funding for her MBA.
"College Funding Strategies For Adult Learners" launches January 28.
Register by January 22 and receive a FREE one-hour consultation