Hi – I’m Peter Ratzan, founder and principal of Your College Concierge, a boutique college consulting practice that helps families across the world gain access to AND afford a great college education.
Over the past 15 years, we have helped more than 1300 students (just like you) defy the odds and gain admission to their dream college. We’ve done this while simultaneously helping parents (just like yours) make sure that they could comfortably afford these dreams without going broke, draining their savings or saddling their precious progeny with onerous student loan debt.
On average, our students PAY $33,000 LESS PER YEAR than their peers — for the same great education.
If you are a college-bound high school student or a parent who loves one, please join us on…
where we’ll be sharing with you exactly what we do behind the scenes to get these extraordinary results.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
what college admissions officers have told us (in private) really counts and what is urban legend – and how to use this information to gain an admissions advantage
where you should be looking (and shouldn’t be looking) for scholarships and grants
a grade by grade execution plan of what you should be doing if you’re a student (or parent of one) who is entering 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade
exactly how need-based financial aid is calculated
whether your assets will count against you in those formulas; how much you can rely on your 529s and other pre-paid savings plans
what’s changed in Admissions testing and how it could affect your child’s admissions and funding prospects
More about the Startling state of college counseling in high school – and what it you can do about it
Why it’s routinely taking students 5, even 6, years to get through college and what you can be doing about it NOW to buck this trend
plus, Live Q&A and much more
And unlike applying to college, our class is free and exceedingly stress-free and I hope to see you there.
P.S. Believe it or not, colleges have been accepting applications since August 1st.
Schools like FSU, UNC, Georgia Tech and others have October 15 application deadlines.
That is one month from the date of our event.
If you’re a 12th grader and haven’t started yet, you need to be on this call. And, if you’re in high school, and especially in 11th grade, your deadlines will be here before you know it.
An earlier start will improve your chance of success at both admissions and funding.
I highly suggest that you join us on September 15th for this Special, One-Time Only Event.