• Between the sky-high cost and student loan burden, more students are taking a closer look at college’s return on investment.
  • When it comes to value, what you study may be the most important factor.
  • Graduates entering the workforce with good career prospects and high starting salaries are the most satisfied with their major, according to job site ZipRecruiter.

Even with college application season in full swing, many families are questioning whether a four-year degree is still worth it.

Some experts say the value of a bachelor’s degree is fading and more emphasis should be directed toward career training. A growing number of companies, including many in tech, are also dropping degree requirements for many middle-skill and even higher-skill roles….CLICK TO READ MORE

Jessica Dickler

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”When it came time for my daughter to attend college it was a frightening time for us as parents.

Thank GOD we came in contact with Lea. She gave us so much comfort knowing she would do everything in her power to get us as a family in a positive position where my daughter would get as much financial help as possible and still be able for us as parents to afford college.

We are so happy with Lea, that we have our second daughter that will start college next year and we are working with Lea once again.

Lea would always answer her phone and always responded quickly to all concerns throughout the process and then after.

If you’re considering joining a college preparation company, it’s one of the most important choices you will make, you will be in safe hands with Lea…”

Oscar S.
Proud parent of a USC student and future freshman in college

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I am so pleased that I was able to work with Lea as we prepared for my daughter to select and go to college. I definitely needed the support, guidance and assistance and that is what I received; actually, I am still depending on it!

Lea and her team have always been available for my many calls and questions. She has been patient and was able to meet me and my daughter’s individual needs. My daughter is now a sophomore at a small private college for the same cost as an in-state public college cost after the financial assistance we received.

She could not be happier with her college choice, it was exactly what she wanted; rigorous curriculum with a supportive community in a beautiful setting-and I’m so happy that after the grants and scholarships we received that I’m able to send her there.

Evelyn A.
Proud parent of a Reed College student

Today a 4-year undergraduate costs range from 100k to over 300k- that’s Cost of Attendance x 4 years, before any financial assistance, depending on what colleges your student is considering.  Many parents, just like you, are wondering how are we going to afford this and retire? Some families even have more than one child they wish to send to college!  Where and how do you even begin to financially plan for this?  This is where our team can help!

We believe that college planning is truly a partnership between students and parents.  Students should choose colleges to apply to that make sense for them academically and socially, AND also make sense for their parents financially.  With our guidance, knowledge, and resources, we can certainly make this partnership work and help families through this challenging and stressful process and hopefully turn it into an exciting experience!

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