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Helping Families in Middle School Plan, Save, & Pay for College
We help middle school families plan, save, and pay for college by providing important, timely, and relevant information. Learn about the importance of our webinars, email curriculum, community events, customer service, and robust website to help you navigate the college planning process.
College Planning & Saving Frequently Asked Questions
Hear about the overall timeline of applying to and then paying for college. The process can be a mystery for some families, and we provides clarity and insight each step of the way.
The Value of Saving for College in Middle School
Hear how families with middle school students can be more motivated to save for college. For example, studies have shown that children who know that money is being put away for their college education are much more likely to attend college and graduate. It also helps to teach middle school students the value of saving when they are younger.
Why It's Critical You Save for College
Ever wonder how real families pay for college? A college savings account is so important in helping a family pay the college bill. In this short webinar you'll learn how the college savings account plays a part in the college payment plan, and the shocking difference between saving and borrowing for college costs.
The Benefits of Starting to Save for College Early
It's never too late to start saving for college, but there are also significant benefits to starting your college savings plan early on in your child's life. We explain why, and share some easy strategies for saving, in this short webinar.
How the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program helped Alan save for college
Hear how one father in Massachusetts used the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program, offered by the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA), to save significantly for college costs.
How the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program helped Richard save for college
Hear how one Massachusetts father used the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program, offered by the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA), to help save for four years of college and lock in current rates on tuition and fees.