COLLEGELOGIC- TAKING THE LOGICAL APPROACH, NOT THE TYPICAL APPROACH
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    Ranking of the Top State Universities

    BREAKING NEWS!!!

    State Universities are in greater demand, have higher admission standards, and are harder to get into than ever before. Why? Because, they generally represent a good value education in comparison to private colleges.

    State Universities typically have substantial opportunity for research, study abroad, internships, and graduate studies while offering a vast range of undergraduate studies and interdisciplinary degree programs.  

    State Universities typically cost less than half that of private colleges.
     
    Here is a ranking of America's top State Universities-

    College affordability and success does not arrive by accident, rather, it arrives by the careful execution of a precise plan.

    To see how we do it, click here- CollegeLogic 
    While on the site, download our free eBook- 10 Steps to Saving $50,000 on College Costs

    Awesome news! Our new book is getting great reviews and readership, click here- The Inside Secrets to Playing College Sports, What Every Mom and Dad Must Know

    Hans
    Founder CollegeLogic
    Office # 203.470.3704

    # 1 Challenge Facing Parents of College-bound Students

    # 1 Challenge Facing Parents of College-bound Students

    Did you know that the Apollo 11 Lunar Mission used more energy in the first two miles after lift-off than the following 500,000 miles of travel?

    The lift-off, taking the first step...getting started is the biggest challenge facing parents of college-bound students. Why? Because-

    1. It's always easier to wait for another day...a day that doesn't show up on the calendar to tell you it's time to start
    2. Parents don't know what to do or when to do it...why would they?
    3. Parents want to believe the high school will take care of it for them...just easier if it were to work that way, but it doesn't

    All reasons that lead down the beaten path of waiting, hoping, and wishing; often resulting in undesired outcomes such as missing out on preferred acceptances, overpaying for college, not playing college sports, not graduating college on time, and much more. It's all too predictable.

    We don't subscribe to that theory. Rather, we believe in taking a systematic approach to getting college right. It starts with taking the first step, which is building a college list; then taking the next step, which is creating a personal marketing package; and it goes on from there with each step taken in prescribed order.

    No matter the circumstances, getting college right is far from being automatic; and getting it wrong is far from being an accident.

    Taking ownership of your situation, getting started, and being knowledgeable are all choices of yours. But it's much harder work to get involved, plan ahead, and learn how to create your own advantages. That's why it's the biggest challenge facing parents of college-bound students.

    You notice we're not directing this towards the students. Why not? Because college success often falls on the shoulders of the parents. Enough said! 

    College success is predictable. It does not arrive by accident.

    To see how we do it, click here- CollegeLogic 

    While on the site, download our free eBook- 10 Steps to Saving $50,000 on College Costs

    Awesome news! Our new book is getting great reviews and readership, click here- The Inside Secrets to Playing College Sports, What Every Mom and Dad Must Know

    Hans
    Founder CollegeLogic
    Office # 203.470.3704

    How ready are you for college success?

    How ready are you for college success?

    Achieving success is far from being automatic. Sure, intelligence, desire, intention, and encouragement are of great help. But it takes a lot more than that to be successful in college and life thereafter.

    A key to success is being opportunity-minded while embracing the challenges that come with pursuing goals.

    I think success is predictable. It does not arrive by accident.

    I have identified 10 Top Indicators for Success, for which you can rate yourself on how strong you are in each one.

    Why is this important? Because you have much more control over future success than you might realize. In today's times, being educated is not the lone criteria for success, rather, there are identifiable factors that influence success, and you have control over those influences. 

    Preparing students for college success is a vital element to our college programming.

    To see how we do it, click here- CollegeLogic and give us a call.

    Awesome news! Our new book is getting great reviews and readership, click here- The Inside Secrets to Playing College Sports, What Every Mom and Dad Must Know

    Hans
    Founder CollegeLogic
    Office # 203.470.3704

    The Leadership Mindset

    Leadership is not something that you are born with, rather it is something that comes with developing your mindset. Here is a great article on the Leadership Mindset

    Why is this important? Because your mindset will determine your willingness to adapt to the new standards for performance and will also determine your willingness to turn disliked tasks into routine habits. Without these two things, leadership will be unattainable.

    Coaching students to become leaders is a vital element to our college programming.

    To see how we do it, click here- CollegeLogic and give us a call.

    Awesome news! Our new book is getting great reviews and readership, click here- The Inside Secrets to Playing College Sports, What Every Mom and Dad Must Know

    Hans
    Founder CollegeLogic
    Office # 203.470.3704

    Less Than 1 in 25 Parents Know This

    Saving Thousands with Financial Appeals

    College Admission offices report to me that less than 1 in 25 applicant-families know how to appeal for larger scholarship awards.

    College Financial Aid offices report to me that less than 1 in 100 applicant-familiesknow how to appeal for larger financial aid awards.

    Combined, parents are leaving tens of thousands of dollars on the table and needlessly overpaying for college. Not our CollegeLogic families though. They know how to appeal for larger awards. We plan well ahead and strategize along the way to create our strongest leveraging position.

    Just this week, we saved a mom over $25,000/ year in college costs by submitting two appeals in the following way:

    1. We create leverage in admissions for improved merit awards two ways. One, by securing larger scholarships from comparable colleges. And two, by securing lower price points from comparable colleges. Our application strategy is designed to generate these options. We submit the supporting documents to the admissions office in the form of an appeal. They submit the appeal to their board for review. In many cases, the awards are increased relative to the numbers and in accordance with the college policy.
    2. We increase financial aid awards routinely by knowing the college numbers and using them in our appeal. We base it on the situation in which the family EFC is less than the net cost of the college, thereby qualifying the family for university need-based aid. We apply the college-stated percentage of need-met to the qualifying amount to determine expected financial aid. When the financial aid award of the college does not meet the expected amount, we appeal. When the factual and indisputable numbers are applied, a favorable determination is usually met.

    The appeal process is this simple, yet this elusive, adding tens of thousands of additional costs to college expense.

    To see how we routinely help families get college right, saving parents thousands in college costs, click here- CollegeLogic

    Awesome news! Our new book is getting great reviews and readership, click here- The Inside Secrets to Playing College Sports, What Every Mom and Dad Must Know

    Hans
    Founder and CEO, CollegeLogic
    Office # 203.470.3704