You have two Financial Counselor meeting credits. The first meeting often starts by discussing your eligibility for need-based scholarships based on your family's tax information. It also covers the probability of your student getting merit-based scholarships from the schools on their college list at that point. The second meeting is more personalized in terms of attendees. We ask for your family's preference, as most parents don't want to involve their child at all, while others want them included as a part of their financial education. While we don't fill out the FAFSA form on your behalf, we do help you through most of the financial aspects of the college application process.

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