The Guide: A College Admissions and Financial Aid Guide For All Students (Paperback)
Featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and The Harvard Education Magazine, The Guide covers the entire college application and financial aid process.
Sent to over 63,000 public educators each year and written by recent Harvard grads and top admissions counselors from around the US, the guide covers:
- writing winning essays,
- preparing for the ACT and SAT
- building a strong list of extracurriculars
- finding scholarships
- the difference between merit and need based aid
- activity sheets
- formatting your resume
- and much more
This text's #1 goal is to help you attend and afford college by putting your best foot forward-whether that be applying to a local technical college or the Ivy League.
This is the resource we wish we had when applying to university. All proceeds are donated back to Fair Opportunity Project to provide students with free resources.
About the Author
Fair Opportunity Project is a nonprofit started by Luke Heine and Cole Scanlon to help students attend and afford college from all backgrounds. Sending free college resources to 63,000 public educators each year and featured in Forbes, The New York Times, and The Harvard Education Magazine, Fair Opp continues to work with counselors around the US to help students attend and afford college.
Presently Fair Opportunity Project has over 50 volunteer mentors, is working to increase FAFSA application in Wisconsin via a $476,00 grant, and is continuously updating their resources to make sure that students from all backgrounds have a shot at attending and affording college.