Share our free resources with parents of middle and high school students.
The Council provides helpful information on the college planning process for parents of middle and high school students through our free The Bridge: Parent News e-newsletter. Published each quarter, it provides both general information that parents might find useful as well as details specific to our colleges.
Help families understand how additional years of college balloons college costs.
Students don’t plan to take more than four years to graduate, but the reality is that many do — and that means footing the bill for additional years of tuition. It also means that students are losing out on income because they’re starting their careers later.
Learn more about options for families who make too much to qualify for much need-based aid.
Many middle-income families feel like they’re caught between a rock and hard place: They make too much to qualify for much need-based aid, but not enough to foot the entire college bill. The Council recently wrote an article on how middle-income families are paying for college.
Sign up for this year’s Counselors' Breakfast, which will be held on May 3 in Plymouth.
There is time to sign up for this year’s Counselors' Breakfast, which will be held on May 3 in Plymouth. Ask admissions representatives from our member institutions questions and learn what’s happening on their campuses. And, yes, eat some breakfast while you’re at it. Both the event and the parking are free. Learn more and register.