Moved from January 21, 2014 to March 25, 2014.
Edison Main Library, 340 Plainfield Avenue, is hosting a College Planning program presented by the Heartland Institute on January 21st (Tuesday) at 7pm.
It is the goal of the Heartland Institute of Financial Education to help young Americans obtain a college education. We help families offset the high cost of college by utilizing proven strategies to help reduce a family’s “out-of-pocket” costs. Based on a family’s specific financial situation, we determine strategies that will reduce the family’s “Expected Family Contribution” (EFC), thereby qualifying the student for “Need-Based” monies from both federal and state resources, as well as the college’s own resources and private resources. Graduate Students may also benefit from this program.
HIFE provides detailed analysis and strategies that help “mitigate” the high cost of college. Each client/family is assigned a “Coach” who works directly with the student and parents, assisting them with the college planning, funding and admissions process.
If you have a student that is entering college or currently in college, don’t miss this opportunity to find out more about how to position your student to qualify for grants, student loans and scholarships.
The Heartland Institute of Financial Education is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote financial literacy across America. Our mission begins with our HIFE College.
Everyone is welcome. Please register at: www.lmxac.org/edisonlib or call
(732) 548-3045 x1 for additional information.