RED BANK, NJ – Interested in learning how you might lower college tuition costs by thousands of dollars per year?

If you’ve got one or more offspring going to college, of course you’re interested.

College Funding Associates (CFA), is offering a FREE Workshop tomorrow, Saturday, March 16th, at the Red Bank Public Library, 84 W. Front Street.     

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Start time is 10:30am.    

Tom Murdock, a principle at CFA, will explain how your family can significantly lower the cost of college tuition by helping you understand the financial aid process and its many rules and regulations. 

Read these endorsements (and the money saved), from very satisfied parents:

“I am thrilled that Mary will be attending the University of Virginia in the fall with two grants and seven scholarships in hand, which will cover almost $17,000 or 90% of her first-year expenses!  Your projections on our financial package were “on the money.”  There is no question that your participation has facilitated this whole process and assisted in reducing my financial obligation to a less stressful, more manageable amount.”  Carol R.

“Due to your guidance and expertise in helping us through the financial aid process, we were able to obtain $11,575 in “need-based” financial aid from the University of Maryland, which means my total cost to send Donald to a $17,000 a year school is only $5,425.  For the money I spent to retain your services compared to the money I received from the University of Maryland, your service is one of the very best values I have ever come across.”  Charles A.

“Without your help, there is no way we could have afforded to send our daughter, Rena, to a private college.  Thanks to you, Rena is going away to Iona College.  She has received $19,325 in grants, awards, and loans from the government and other agencies.”  Elizabeth & Dennis M.

“As a single parent, I have always wanted to make all educational opportunities available for my children. That’s why I made the sacrifice of retaining Your services to assist us in obtaining financial aid. To our surprise, Katrina was accepted to UC Santa Barbara as an “in-state” student, and her tuition was lowered to $12,764, and she was awarded full tuition.  I cannot thank you enough because you have truly made it possible for Katrina to attend UC Santa Barbara without hitches.”  Carmen M.

“Your help has enabled my son to attend any of the 8 out of 10 colleges and universities he has applied to.  Your help in filling out the FAFSA and FAF correctly and on-time was essential.  He ended up securing an $18,553 grant from Georgetown University – his #1 choice.”  Barbara T.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank you and your staff.  Due to your guidance, we were able to secure $15,190 in financial aid at University of Massachusetts, which we would not have been able to obtain on our own.”  Marvin A.

“It has been a pleasure doing business with you.  I am certain that had it not been for your professional advice regarding my financial choices for college funding, my existing grants from federal and state would have been far less substantial. Thank you, once again, for your help. Your services are highly recommended by me to friends and colleagues.”  Ken W.

See a pattern here? 

Share this article with your friends who have children heading to college – afterwards, they’ll buy a thank-you dinner!

Can’t make this workshop?

Check out the College Funding Associates website for upcoming workshops and webinars.

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