The important part that parents play in their children's education does not end with high school
graduation. Usually parents remain involved in making decisions about what college or university their children will attend and how their higher education costs will be financed.
Parents often also share in the responsibility for paying for a college education.
Like students, parents need to educate themselves on the best options,
not only for the student, but for the family as a whole. The more parents
know about the options that are open to them, the better choices they can make—choices that can save them thousands of dollars a year over the next four years or more!
Collegiate Funding works with parents as well as students to provide
information, customize recommendations, and guide you as you navigate
the process of identifying and applying for financial aid.
We know that paying for a student's college education can be one of a family’s largest expenditures. Many parents have saved for their children’s education, but most still help to pay for school through loans
This section covers the PLUS federal loan option and outlines some other possible funding resources for you and your student(s).
Remember to keep all your options open so that you can make the best funding decisions for you and your family.