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AFFORDING AND SURVIVING COLLEGE

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Affording and Surviving College describes a family’s journey through the college process and examines three siblings’ experience with three separate results: success, mediocre results and complete failure. The book explains the reasons behind each success and failure and then provides a plan for future families to create their own path to college success without going broke.

LEARN HOW…

Learn how to navigate the college admissions process and afford it with integrity.
“Have a lifestyle of leadership.”

— Mark Lewis

UNCOVER IN THESE PAGES…

Making College Accessible and Affordable for Families
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How starting early matters when funding a college education - there are full-ride scholarships even for 7th graders. Every year a family goes forward without knowledge is like losing money along the way. The lack of knowledge costs money when applying to college.

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You can make mistakes that you can never recover from if you get bad advice.

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The sticker price of a college is not necessarily the cost to the consumer - shop for fit, not sticker price. The better the fit, the more likely you will get admitted and receive money.

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Ignore the colleges that say they don't give merit scholarships.

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Applying Early Decision will likely put you in the worst possible position to receive college funding.

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Your high school counselor is likely giving you poor advice because she is considering the entire student body and is not your personal advocate.

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Need-based financial aid should not be the focus because it would still leave a family short on financing college. Federal financial aid dollars won't cover the cost of a private college.

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There are concrete steps a family can make to better position their child for college.

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What mistakes not to specifically make, what specific steps should you intentionally take, what to prioritize if you want your child to get into a great school and how to make it affordable.

“You provide the effort and I provide the expertise; you will never outwork me”

— Mark Lewis