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COLLEGE PLANNING

As you start your college planning, remember that you aren't alone. The process of finding a college, applying, enrolling, getting financial aid, and choosing a major, can be overwhelming - but there is help. College Degree Planners can help you prepare for your career planning and upcoming academic journey. Whether you're interested in a four-year college or a graduate degree, our College Planning Program Specialist can assist you.

College Planning Time Lines

Kindergarten through 6th Grade

Begin a college savings plan.  Options you might think about include IRAs, savings bonds, tax-deferred, state-sponsored, pre-paid tutitions or state-sponsored 529 plans. 

7th, 8th and 9th Grades

Students should think about career possibilities and explore different occupations. 

Students need to earn good grades and begin a college preparation curriculum.  Grade-point-average (GPA) plays an important part in college admissions.

Save money now to pay for school, if you haven't already done so.  Begin investigating the possibility of receiving scholarships, grants, or financial aid.

10th Grade

Students and parents should begin thinking about selecting a school.  Find out about different types of colleges, and decide what characteristics matter most to you.

Students should prepare for college entrance exams (standardized tests), taking the PSAT now in preparation for next year.

11th Grade

Gather information from colleges.  Request brochures and catalogs, attend college fairs and begin campus visits.

Students should take standardized tests.  Retake the PSAT for a shot at a National Merit Scholarship, and take the SAT or ACT test in the spring.

12th Grade

Finish gathering information on colleges, select six to eight, and apply for admission.  Retake the SAT or ACT if dissatisfied with prior results. 

Apply for financial aid by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Consider all of your options for paying for college.  Find out about scholarships and grants before taking out a student loan.

To get ALL your questions answered we invite you to attend

our Live Presentation - every Monday Night @ 8:30PM Central

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HERE IS WHAT YOU GET:

  • Creative Methods for saving CASH for College (save an average of $100-$300 per month)
  • Our Comprehensive College Prep Program (including Timeline, Procedures & Reminders)
  • 30-Day Video Program on Building/Rebuilding Credit
  • Pay Off Your Debt In Record Time Saving You Thousands

Learn the Facts

  • How to fund a College Degree
  • Planning Time Lines
  • College Selections
  • Financial Aid
  • The Role Students Play
  • The Role Parents Play

We help students prepare for and attend the college of their choice in the most affordable way by offering our "The Planner" and our "The Navigator" ...

We show you how you can save an average of $100 to $300 each and every month so
those savings can be set aside for a college fund, help you prepare for and get a higher score on your ACT, SAT, and PSAT Exams, teach you what and how things affect your credit, and much more ...

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    College Degree Planners
    2213 N. Reynolds Road, Suite 10
    Bryant, AR 72022
    1-877-653-2204