We’ve helped countless other parent’s navigate the college admissions process by utilizing benefits they may not have considered to pay for college!
This 13-page action guide provides valuable options to pay for college without incurring an excessive amount of debt.
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Inside 6 Unique Ways to Pay for College,
 You’ll Discover…
Inside 6 Unique Ways to Pay for College, You’ll Discover…
  • That there are ways to get the money necessary to pay for college.
  • Ways to pay for college other than student/parent loans that you might not even know about.
  • How you can empower your child by showing them how to use their talents to pay for college.
  • ​How to utilize benefits you may not have considered to pay for college.
And so much more…
Public universities are the most affordable accessible option for 
low-income students. 2.5 million students with Pell Grants attend public universities.
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Data System (IPEDS)
The nation’s total student loan debt balance, which includes graduate student debt, stands at $1.5 trillion.
Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Household Debt and Credit Report. Quarterly Report in Household Debit and Credit, 2021: Q 3. Page 3.
On average, workers with advance degrees earn $58,000 more annually than those with only a high school degree.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Study.
It Is Now More Important Than Ever To Be An Informed Parent and Learn How To Navigate the college admissions process SUCCESSFULLY!
If You Are Worried About…
  • Paying for college.
  • Picking the right mix of colleges to ensure your child gets accepted.
  • Trying to understand how to read the financial aid offers from the school.
  • ​Understanding how to negotiate with the school to get additional money.
And so much more…
Don’t Worry! 6 Unique Ways to Pay for College: A Parent’s Guide to Reducing College Expenses is your roadmap to success.
About The Author
Nancy Bradford is the founder of the post secondary educational company, An Informed Parent. The company has the goal of improving the college graduation rate within the African American community by identifying the issues that can either interrupt or end a student's college and then working with parents to address the issues before they become a problem.

Ms.Bradford, a Health Educator by training, recently retired after completing 38 years of service with the New York State Department of Health. As the Director of Family Health Programs in the Metropolitan Area Regional Office (MAR), she had the responsibility of administering programs that served women, infants and children of New York City.

It was while working within several programs including the Immunization Program, the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program and the Rape Crisis Prevention Program that the seeds of her post retirement activities were planted. While working in the Immunization Program, she worked with College Health staff when measles outbreaks occurred on New York State college campuses.

Working with the students involved with the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program, gave her the opportunity to see up close how a family's income trajectory could be changed when a student obtained a college degree. On the other hand, she saw the devastation a sexual assault could cause a student, placing that student at a higher risk of leaving college before getting their diploma.

Evidence based research has shown how prepared students fare better on college campuses than their unprepared counterparts. Ms. Bradford has spent the last 4 years talking to parent groups about how to prepare their students for life on a college campus.

Ms. Bradford also was an Adjunct Professor at a private New York-city college teaching courses
in health care management to the next generation of public health workers.

Her book. "College Safety: A Parent's Guide for Keeping Their Kids Safe on Campus" was published in 2020 and is available from Amazon.
About The Author
Nancy Bradford is the founder of the post secondary educational company, An Informed Parent. The company has the goal of improving the college graduation rate within the African American community by identifying the issues that can either interrupt or end a student's college and then working with parents to address the issues before they become a problem.

Ms.Bradford, a Health Educator by training, recently retired after completing 38 years of service with the New York State Department of Health. As the Director of Family Health Programs in the Metropolitan Area Regional Office (MAR), she had the responsibility of administering programs that served women, infants and children of New York City.

It was while working within several programs including the Immunization Program, the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program and the Rape Crisis Prevention Program that the seeds of her post retirement activities were planted. While working in the Immunization Program, she worked with College Health staff when measles outbreaks occurred on New York State college campuses.

Working with the students involved with the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program, gave her the opportunity to see up close how a family's income trajectory could be changed when a student obtained a college degree. On the other hand, she saw the devastation a sexual assault could cause a student, placing that student at a higher risk of leaving college before getting their diploma.

Evidence based research has shown how prepared students fare better on college campuses than their unprepared counterparts. Ms. Bradford has spent the last 4 years talking to parent groups about how to prepare their students for life on a college campus.

Ms. Bradford also was an Adjunct Professor at a private New York-city college teaching courses
in health care management to the next generation of public health workers.

Her book. "College Safety: A Parent's Guide for Keeping Their Kids Safe on Campus" was published in 2020 and is available from Amazon.
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