When October 1st hits we know it is time to start filling out the FAFSA for next years college semester. This one form almost completely controls the amount of financial aid you get. It is extremely important. 

70% of the FAFSA submissions we see have mistakes. You do not have to be a part of this statistic.

We are offering a FREE webinar for parents/guardians with students attending college in the next few years. 

You will walk away with the knowledge that could save you $10,000 in your child’s college education planning. 

You can’t afford to miss out. 

Don't Make These Mistakes On Your FAFSA

Get the most money for college by avoiding these common errors

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Don't Make These Mistakes on Your FAFSA

Get the most money for college by avoiding these common errors

Enter your information below to watch the replay.

When October 1st hits we know it is time to start filling out the FAFSA for next years college semester.

This one forms almost completely controls the amount of financial aid you get. It is extremely important. 

70% of the FAFSA submissions we see have mistakes. You do not have to be a part of this statistic.

We are offering a FREE webinar for parents/guardians with students attending college in the next few years. 

You will walk away with the knowledge that could save you $10,000 in your child’s college education planning. 

You can’t afford to miss out. 

You will learn:

TIP #1

The key to understanding what FAFSA is and how to use it to your advantage.

TIP #2

Common mistakes to avoid so you do not leave money on the table.

TIP #3

What to do after FAFSA is submitted and how to maintain control of your offers.

An example of why a correct FAFSA is essential:

College Assistance Plus sat down to meet with a Financial Advisor of 15 years and his daughter. He was making $120,000 a year. With his career background he had plenty of experience reading, filling out, and advising people on their budgets, investments, taxes, and estates. 

He wanted the best for his daughter and we sat down and looked at their FAFSA submission. We found some mistakes on his submission and those correct mistakes changed their Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from

$68,000 to $28,000

What does this mean? Their choice of college was expecting them to contribute

$40,000 more a year than they technically would have to. 

About 20% of our clients have mistakes of this size. Register now and find out how to eliminate these common mistakes.


What will you learn from this presentation:

TIP #1

The key to understanding what FAFSA is and how to use it to your advantage.


TIP #2

Common mistakes to avoid so you do not leave money on the table.


TIP #3

What to do after FAFSA is submitted and how to maintain control of your offers.

An example of why a correct FAFSA is essential:

College Assistance Plus sat down to meet with a Financial Advisor of 15 years and his daughter. He was making $120,000 a year. With his career background he had plenty of experience reading, filling out, and advising people on their budgets, investments, taxes, and estates. 

He wanted the best for his daughter and we sat down and looked at their FAFSA submission. We found some mistakes on his submission and those correct mistakes changed their Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from

$68,000 to $28,000

What does this mean? Their choice of college was expecting them to contribute

$40,000 more a year than they technically would have to. 

About 20% of our clients have mistakes of this size. Register now and find out how to eliminate these common mistakes.


About The Instructors

For the last 18 years, College Assistance Plus has helped families find the right educational path with a focus on the students' success after graduating from college. After serving thousands of clients for almost two decades, we know how to not only save money on your child's college education (this year alone, we have helped our clients gain close to $2.5 million of additional financial aid) but make it as stress free and clear as possible.

PAUL CELUCH

CEO & FOUNDER

Paul Celuch has 30 plus years of sales and marketing experience with IBM, Burroughs, MCI, and various telecommunications companies. He founded CAP because of his love of people and his sincere wish to help families with this expensive, emotional purchase.

JOSH HOGANCAMP

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING, COLLEGE CONSULTANT

Josh Hogancamp spent over a decade working with college students in the nonprofit world with specializations in training, development, and multicultural teams. Josh was able to see firsthand the harm that massive student debt can cause young adults trying to start their life.


He joined the College Assistance Plus team team to help families walk through the college process with confidence. Josh graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a degree in Organizational Management and holds multiple certificates in coaching and leadership development.

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