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7 insider tips for picking your best college

CIT’s Cozy Wittman was a featured guest on the “Financial Symmetry” podcast hosted by Mike Eklund and Chad Smith. Cozy shares how so much has changed over the past 30 years, between college prices skyrocketing up to 500 percent, and the vast amount of options now available. She emphasizes that the game has changed and…

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MSCA 2017 slide show

Click the following link to access the slide show from the 2017 Minnesota School Counselors Association Conference: CIT MSCA 2017 power point

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College Inside Track seminar handouts

Click on each of the following links below to download the College Inside Track seminar handouts: The 5 Myths of College Costs 3 ways families can lose financial aid Beware of bait-and-switch pricing Generous Colleges Schafer Star Tribune   View upcoming seminars and get the link to register by clicking the event and choosing “more…

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6 Steps to Admissions Success online course

Do you have questions about applying to college? Taught by CIT’s Dr. Matthew Andrews, our free course helps students and parents walk through the essential steps to prepare and apply for college. The course introduces 6 steps with instructions, worksheets, and lectures that explain how to apply for admission to college. Information in this course includes hyperlinks to resources,…

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6 Steps to Admissions Success eBook

Written by CIT’s Dr. Matthew Andrews, this eBook teaches students, parents, and mentors the essential 6 steps of college applications with strategies to improve an applicant’s chances of admission to college. The book includes instructions, worksheets, and explanations on how to apply for admission to college. Information includes hyperlinks to websites to search for colleges,…

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5 last chance strategies for parents of juniors

With the recent change in the FAFSA, this year’s junior class will be the first to use tax information from 2 years prior to their year of HS graduation, as opposed to the current 1 year. In other words, starting with 2017 HS grads, a family’s tax information from 2015 — or the spring of…

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Visiting Colleges Checklist

The folks at collegetrends.org have put together a nice and detailed checklist to use when visiting colleges; we suggest filling this out for each of your visits and then using it as a basis for comparison: Visiting_Colleges_Checklist

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