Founded in 2008, Preferred College Funding is the professional college planner you need to be fully prepared to handle the challenges and costs of attending college without owing thousands in student loans.
We’ve helped thousands of families find the resources and create plans to send their children to college without trading their retirement, financial security, or quality of life.
The college process is very involved. It is no easy task, from planning to paperwork to decisions to deadlines. We provide answers, guidance, knowledge, suggestions, and support to mentor and coach you along the college planning path.
We’re committed to providing the guidance that parents and students need to get into the schools that are right for them. When you work with Preferred College Funding, you can expect:
All this and more is provided when you let Preferred College Funding help with your child’s college planning, financial aid, and admissions.
One of the parents' most significant challenges when getting down to the nitty-gritty of college planning is determining how to pay for it. When your children were born, you likely had big plans for how you would have their college education covered with savings or other planned resources.
Time, inflation, ballooning costs of education and other unforeseen life events may have taken their toll on your ability to do that. However, you still don't need to break the bank or give up on your retirement to support your child through college.
We perform our strategic college funding planning through our partner company, My Money Banc, to make your portfolio more efficient for paying for college. They will collaborate with you to develop college funding options that won't force you to choose between your future or that of your child.
My Money Banc will help:
Solutions for paying for college are out there. My Money Banc will help you find the ones that are right for you.
Admissions applications are increasing — especially to prestigious schools — while actual admissions rates are declining. Consider that more students are applying to schools like Brown, Princeton, Yale, and Harvard, yet these schools' admissions rates range between a paltry 6.5% and 8%.
What does all of this mean? Working with a professional team like Preferred College Funding to develop and execute your college plan is more crucial to your success than ever.
There are also new FAFSA timelines that your family needs to be aware of! We’ll discuss the financial aid eligibility formula and countless other information you need to understand while in high school, to receive the maximum amount of grants, scholarships, and financial aid in college!