College

Kids going off to college? It might be new to you, but it is not a new thing. Kids have been heading off to college for decades… but the way you plan for it can make all the difference in the world.


The whole process is different than what it was 20-30 years ago. A college dollar is now in constant competition with a retirement dollar and we need to plan more efficiently. The student loan debt crisis affects about two in three college seniors.

—College dollars are in constant competition with retirement dollars —

We believe that the right student, attending the right school, for the right degree program helps to define success, but paying for it can be a huge financial burden.

From planning your next vacation, to your next vehicle purchase, it’s important to start planning for college. Yet, for many families it’s not even on the radar until Junior year of high school… when it might be too late.

Have you sat down with your children and discussed the following:

Why this degree?
What experience do they have {internship, summer job, etc.}?
Where do they see themselves 5, 10, 20 years after graduation?
What ‘fingerprint’ do you want to leave on your community?
Who should be on your college planning team (mom, dad, guardian, coach, guidance counselor, mentor, pastor, teacher, etc)?

The process of figuring these things out takes the right amount of money, time and above all, mindset.

For many students, the process starts in middle school as you begin to plan classes around areas of interest. However, don’t blink because college will be here before you know it!

If you’re a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior, and you are willing to keep learning, we can fast track the whole process. Finding the right degree program, at the best schools, and of course finding the best financial strategy to get you there, is our mission.

Contact us to schedule a free visit to see where you’re at and what it’s going to take to get you to where you want to go. Visits can be scheduled in-office or hosted virtually. CLICK HERE to request one.