INVERSANT 2020 ENROLLMENT
Since 2009, Inversant has helped more than 1,800 families prepare for higher education. Now we’re kicking off a new year of online education. If you want to learn how to save for college, where to find financial help, and how to make your college dreams come true, join us for our new 2020 online workshop.
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INVERSANT VIRTUAL LEARNING PROGRAM
The pandemic has made the path to higher education more elusive than ever before. To that end, we’re working to simplify and demystify the college process. We’re launching a new immersive online learning experience with courses to help you reach your higher education goals. Each one is available on demand and fully customizable.
HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE
Worried about the cost of college? Wondering how many costs you’ll need to pay out of your own pocket? Learn what financial aid is available so you don’t end up paying for the full college tuition all by yourself.
HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
Not sure if you should apply for FAFSA? We’ll share everything you need to know about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, including how to calculate the amount of financial aid you’re eligible to receive.
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COURSE: HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE
Find financial aid, grants, scholarships, and loans to reduce your college costs and out-of-pocket expense. College shouldn’t break the bank!
COURSE: HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
Not sure if you should apply for FAFSA? We’ll share everything you need to know about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid process.
Intro to Financial Aid
Not all financial aid is free and not all financial aid packages are the same. Learn how to save for college, reduce expenses, and identify the right type of financial aid with confidence.
How Financial Aid Works
College is expensive but you don’t have to pay the entire price tag all by yourself. There are different sources of financial help if you know how to apply. The most recent report shows that the average price tag for college is $30K for ONE YEAR.
How to Pay for College
College is expensive and financial aid is a key resource. Learn how to differentiate between loans, gift aid, and work-study to make a clear financial plan.
Your Financial Aid Options
There are a variety of financial aid options. Through this course, you’ll be able to identify various ways of getting financial aid: FAFSA, CSS, scholarships, private loans, and more.
How to Get Financial Aid
Financial aid is usually awarded based on two main criteria: need or merit-based aid. Need-based aid means that you receive funding based on your financial needs. Merit-based aid means that you’re receiving funding based on your performance. We’ll break down how to get financial aid based on either criteria.
Intro to FAFSA
FAFSA is the most commonly used form to apply for any financial aid. So everyone must apply. Learn what FAFSA is and how it calculates the amount of financial aid you could receive.
Why You Need FAFSA
Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA, is a tool that you use to apply for financial aid. The federal government, colleges, and states use your FAFSA data to assess your financial need and determine how much aid you can receive.
When to Complete FAFSA
FAFSA opens on October 1st. Colleges have limited funds to distribute and it’s a first come first serve basis. That’s why it’s critical to fill out and complete your FAFSA as early as possible. We’ll walk you through the complete timeline for submission.
How to Apply for FAFSA
To be eligible for your share of federal aid, you must reapply for FAFSA every year that you attend school. Once you submit FAFSA, you’ll receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) and find out eligibility. We’ll show you how.
Submit FAFSA Application
The financial aid process can feel overwhelming, but rest assured we will break it down together. We’ll help you practice by answering questions that you’ll be asked in your actual FAFSA application.