Student's Ally

Information on scholarships is abundant, but not always helpful. With class, work, and extra-curricular activities, most students do not have time to become scholarship experts. Luckily, you do not have to become an expert, you just need to be trained by one.

Parent's Support

Most parents have a hard enough time paying the everyday bills and saving for retirement, much less paying college tuition. Your lack of resources does not mean that you cannot be a resource for your child. Let me teach you how you can be part of the scholarship process and partner with your student as he/she pursues a debt-free degree.

Administration's Asset

I recognize that school administrators have a lot on their plate, making program additions and changes challenging. Let me tailor a program that fits into your existing material. I can provide education and training for counselors and staff, or merely be a resource toward which you direct your students.
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Research Review: “Student Debt and the Class of 2015”

October 21st, 2016|0 Comments

There are many great organizations advocating for college students. One of the best I have run across is the Institute for College Access and Success ( On October 18th, the Institute released a new report […]

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Fill Out That FAFSA: 2017-2018 Changes

October 1st, 2016|0 Comments

October the 1st is here, which marks the kickoff of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2017-2018 academic year. If this seems earlier than usual to you, you are correct. This […]

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Research Review: How America Saves for College 2016

September 28th, 2016|0 Comments

One of my favorite research pieces is the “How American Pays for College” series produced by Sallie Mae and Ipsos. Introduced in 2008, this study examines the views of undergraduates and parents of undergraduates concerning […]