If you’re concerned about funding your child’s college education, you’ll appreciate a recent LA Times article on why the University of Southern California is offering free tuition for families making less than $80,000.
Many parents don’t know that Harvard and Stanford provide free tuition for families making less than $150,000.
It’s important to remember that each college is unique when it comes to financial aid. Some offer significant need-based aid and others offer a variety of merit-based scholarships.
So don’t shy away from the sticker price when applying to college–it’s best to apply to all the schools on your wish list and compare financial aid letters in the spring of senior year.
Ivy League Potential is here to help students develop their talents and skills and get into top colleges. We have financial aid experts in our network who help families strategize about what they can do to maximize their financial aid.
If you’d like to find out more about working with us to help you achieve your college admissions goals, then we’d love to speak with you personally.