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“We make too much money and won’t qualify for financial aid. What type of planning can you do for us?”

Most of the families we assist qualify for little to no “need-based” financial aid. We help these families by creating a college plan that involves a combination of academic student positioning along with financial and tax planning strategies. Many of six figure income clients are surprised to learn that after strategic planning, they too can qualify for financial aid. Students from families with annual incomes of $250,000 or more are commonly offered very attractive funding packages.


The National Association for College Admission Counseling’s State of College Admission report found that while grades, strength of curriculum and admission test scores are the top factors in the college admission decision, a majority of colleges and universities believe the essay to be of considerable or moderate importance in determining which academically qualified students they would choose.


The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the application used to apply for federal student aid, which includes grants, loans, and work-study. It may also be used by states and colleges to award nonfederal aid. You can complete the FAFSA either online at or you can fill out and mail a paper version of the FAFSA.

It it highly recommended that you complete the FAFSA process online to take advantage of the built-in edit checks. these edit checks will not allow you to submit the online FAFSA with obvious errors. However, these edit checks will not prevent you from submitting the online FAFSA with incorrect responses. This is how some families earning more than $100,000 will get financial aid and some families earning $25,000 do not qualify.

College Choice Consultants Graduates

College Choice Consultants, LLC is proud to announce that our 2017 seniors have received 3.2 million dollars in financial aid and merit scholarships. We have broken all of our previous records! Recent news has publicized that colleges are limiting funds for merit scholarships. College Choice Consultants has seen the opposite.

Thanks to my professional team for all their efforts.

Adelphi University
Albright College
American University
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Boston University
Brown University
Bucknell University
Centenary University
Clemson University
College of St Rose
College of William & Mary
Coastal Carolina University
DePaul University
Drexel University
East Stroudsburg University
Fairfield University
Fairleigh Dickinson University – Florham Park
Fordham University
Franklin and Marshall College
George Mason University
Georgetown University
George Washington University
Georgia Tech
James Madison University
Kenyon College
Lafayette College
Lehigh University
Long Island University – CW Post
Loyola University Maryland
Manhattan College
Manhattanville College
Marist College
Marymount Manhattan College
Monmouth University
Muhlenberg College
Moravian College
New York Institute of Technology
New York University
New Jersey Institute of Technology
North Carolina University
North Carolina State College
Northeastern University
Pennsylvania State University – University Park
Providence College
Purdue University
Quinnipiac University
Ramapo College
Rider University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rowan University
Rutgers University
Sacred Heart University
Southern New Hampshire University
St Joseph’s University
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stockton University
SUNY – Stony Brook University
Syracuse University
Temple University
The College of New Jersey
Towson University
Tulane University
University of Central Florida
University of Connecticut
University of Delaware
University of Indiana – Bloomington
University of Maine
University of Miami
University of Maryland – College Park
University of Massachusetts – Amherst
University of New Hampshire
University of New Haven
University of North Carolina – Charlotte
University of North Texas
University of Pittsburgh
University of Richmond
University of Rhode Island
University of Scranton
University of Tampa
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
University of Vermont
Ursinus College
Vanderbilt University
Villanova University
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
West Virginia University