Free College Resource Book
Product Code: 815
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With tough economic times, paying for a child's education is harder than ever. Free College Resource Book takes students and parents through the process of weighing options for college funding, including scholarship searches, grants, savings plans, differences between financial aid options and which financial aid programs provide the best benefits to students, and other sources of money for paying college tuition and fees.
Using a unique "Grand Slam" organizational strategy, the authors take students and parents through the process of creating a successful game plan to fund their college educations by focusing on student interests.
This book shows students how to both find sources of funding and prepare winning essays, applications, and interview responses to ensure they meet their financial aid goals.
Written by parents who put five children through college without spending a dime, this handy guide will aid parents and future college students in their search for the best education at the best price.
Read an Interview With the Authors
The authors of Free College Resource Book, Doug Hewitt and Robin Hewitt, share valuable tips and advice for finding funding to pay for college in today's tough economy. This interview offers a ton of helpful information for parents, by parents who put five kids through college without spending a dime! To read a transcript of their interview, click here.
Review by: James Cox, Midwest Book Review - March 9, 2010
You don't need thousands upon thousands of dollars to get a college education. Free College Resource Book is a guide for those who want to attain their higher education, for themselves or for their children. Scholarships, grants, financial aid, government assistance and more are valuable tools for getting someone through college when you don't have the huge wads of cash to toss about for it. An invaluable reference for even those already in college, Free College Resource Book is the ultimate and very highly recommended preparational guide.
Review: Today's Books - January 22, 2010
Named to the A-List, Today's Books Daily Book Register
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