We have all heard about rising college tuition costs, the student debt crisis, poor graduation rates and how families are struggling to pay for college.Frank Palmasani, author of “Right College, Right Price” and creator of the financial fit online program, will highlight 30 steps you can take to save thousands of dollars in college costs and pay for college without excessive debt. This seminar will combine the latest information about scholarships, financial aid, student loans and the college search process when financial issues are a factor.
Following the presentation with Frank Palmasani, Kiril Spasovski, will present The Early Grad Club: Ways to Complete College Quickly at 11:30 am
Today’s cost to attend the University of Illinois for four years is $125,760. The average on-time graduation rate stands at 36%. What if you could cut the cost and time in half, and receive that important degree? Want to stay the full four years? Kiril Spasovski author and founder of the Early Grad Club will share his insights of how help students graduate with higher distinctions.
Kiril Spasovski, is a Glenbard South Alumnus who has proven that it is possible to shorten the time to earn a typical four-year degree. He attended Purdue University beginning in August 2013 and graduated two years later in August 2015.
Join us and learn the secrets of how to graduate university early and the action plan to maximum the college experience. Participants will also discover an understanding of current college challenges and how to create a differentiating factor for their student.
At 6p.m. on October 1, Sara Espinosa of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission will present a financial aid workshop in Spanish, The Challenge of College Costs.
These free events are open to the public and all parents and students are encouraged to attend.