Today’s high cost of a college education ranks as one of the largest expenditures you will ever make in your lifetime. In addition to the money, admission into college has become one of the most emotional and competitive events in your child’s life.
Let’s discuss the financial cost first. Many families we meet tell us the only options they know to pay for their child’s college education are:
- Deplete our savings and investments
- Incur large amounts of high-cost education debt
- Stop funding our retirement
- Borrow against our retirement funds
- Dramatically change our current financial lifestyle
Will you fund college this way? Even if you can afford to write a check for college, you may be crazy to do so.
For almost two decades, we have been helping students get into college and then helping their families come up with the $100,000 to $200,000 it takes to send each student through college. Our admission preparation program is unique in that we help your student from the 9th grade through the 12th grade in preparing for each step of the college admission process.
At the same time your student is being coached and helped with the entrance process, you are introduced to our unique college strategy program that analyzes your financials and develops creative ways to lessen your cost of college.
We are a husband-wife business team and have worked together for 36 years. Our counselors and staff at Advanced College Solutions work with parents on the funding issues as well as assisting students in the complete college prep process.
College should be one of the most joyful events in your family’s life. Unfortunately, it has become so complicated and expensive that most families do not find joy. We are experts at helping with the admission process and in the funding process.
Don’t foot the entire tuition bill, don’t pull out your hair and don’t let the process make you and your children nuts!!! There’s a better way to approach college!
We’re here to see that your family’s most cherished investment has a bright future.
Yours in service,
Tom and Ardeth Meier