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For many Americans, the thought of going to college is only a distant dream. While college should be a standard right for any American desiring to further their education, the truth of it is that college is an unobtainable dream, often because of lack of finances. This might sound dismal and hopeless, but the good news is that there is aid available for you! You don't have to just dream about going to college. With our financial planning and college scholarship program, you can stop dreaming and start planning for college.

At 123 College, it is our main goal and desire to help you through the entire process of finding the right college funding or college scholarship option to suit you and your financial needs. Did you know that last year alone, millions of dollars in college funding and college scholarship went unclaimed? We want to help you get a piece of this financial aid so that you can get the most out of your education. Allow us to help you navigate through the maze of applications and paperwork that is required for this type of college funding or college scholarship.

So, you might be wondering where the best place to start for a college scholarship is. Obviously, the first step to take is to make sure your grades in high school are kept up to the highest mark possible so that your grade point average is as close to 4.0 as possible. Most college scholarship funds choose their recipients based on academic performance in high school, as well as SAT or ACT scores. It is very important that, while high school should be fun, you make your studies a top priority. Most high school students don't understand the importance of their grades until senior year, when it might be too late to bring up your grade point average.

After these obvious tactics of keeping your grades up, you need to start researching what types of college scholarship is available. There might be a college scholarship that is offered by your school, various local organizations or churches. On a larger scale, you will find there to be several scholarships offered by governmental institutions or even by the college or university that you have been accepted to. Only a little bit of research will be required and you will be amazed at the number of college scholarship opportunities that are just waiting to be discovered.

While all of this might seem daunting to you, 123 College is here to help you every step of the way with your college scholarship and college funding options. We provide advice and service from the very first inquiry right through your entire college career. We have 15 years of experience in helping young people find just the right college scholarship or funding option that will suit you. We will start with a financial needs analysis; from there, we will work out a tailor-made financial aid or college scholarship plan for you.

   

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