• Planning for a post-secondary education can be overwhelming.  The financial part of that process doesn't have to be!  Speak to your school counselor and with the financial aid offices of the colleges in which you are interested to find the best way to manage paying for school.  Consider joining us for Financial Aid Night each school year.  The information may be slightly different from one year to the next -- parents AND students from any grade are welcome to attend.
     
     2019 Financial Aid Night will be held on October 15th -- if you miss it ...  2018 Financial Aid Presentation (to be updated)
     
    At our FAFSA program, a PHEAA representative will walk families through the FAFSA form (which is the required form for nearly ALL types of financial aid). This program is especially pertinent to seniors and their parents.
    2019 FAFSA Program ...TBD

       

    We find the following links to be most helpful through the financial aid process:
     
    • I'd like to do some research about schools -- their costs, graduation rates, average amount borrowed, employment stats for graduates... where can I find that information? College Score Card
    • My child is not going to school right away, but considering my finances today, how can I anticipate my costs?  FAFSA4caster (estimating tool)
    • One of my colleges require the CSS Profile -- what is that and where do I get it?  CSS Profile
Last Modified on August 20, 2019