Did you know you the months of March, April and May in your high school senior year are technically the last minute to find college funding? If you’ve been admitted to a college or university but haven’t started looking or applying for scholarships and awards to help you conquer the tuition bill, this resource is designed for you. Students and parents who read the Guide to Last Minute College Financing will ...
Did you know you the months of March, April and May in your high school senior year are technically the last minute to find college funding? If you’ve been admitted to a college or university but haven’t started looking or applying for scholarships and awards to help you conquer the tuition bill, this resource is designed for you.
Students and parents who read the Guide to Last Minute College Financing will find answers to all of the following questions and more.
- If I haven't already started searching for college financing what do I do?
- My dream college has accepted me. But it's too expensive and the financial aid they are offering is not enough. Can I appeal a financial aid decision? How would I do that?
- How do I get additional financing if I'm already in college?
- How could community foundations or state financial aid agencies help me in my search for college funding?
- Can my hobbies or interests help me reduce my tuition bill?
- If I have a student loan, are there programs that can help me pay them off?
In the Guide to Last Minute College Financing, Marianne Ragins, winner of more than $400,000 in scholarship money, the author and a professional who has worked with thousands of students and parents over the past 20 years, outlines numerous strategies for finding college money even for those who may have procrastinated in the scholarship race.
Don’t wait another minute! Order the Guide to Last Minute College Financing e-book today, to help you realize your college dreams.
In Marianne Ragins senior year of high school, she won over $400,000 in scholarships for college. As perhaps the first student ever to amass nearly half a million dollars in scholarship money, she has been featured in many publications including USA Today, People, Ebony, Newsweek, Money, Essence, Family Money, Black Enterprise and on the cover of Parade. She has also made hundreds of radio and television appearances on shows such as "Good Morning America," "The Home Show," and the "Mike & Maty Show."
Marianne Ragins received a master of business administration (MBA) from George Washington University in Washington, DC and a bachelor of science (BS) degree in business administration from Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida. Both degrees were entirely funded by scholarships and other free aid.
Ragins is also the author of the highly successful Winning Scholarships for College: An Insider's Guide and College Survival & Success Skills 101. She is an experienced motivational speaker and lecturer who has traveled nationally and internationally conducting The Scholarship Workshop presentation and giving other motivational seminars and speeches. Marianne is the publisher of www.scholarshipworkshop.com, a scholarship and college information site, and sponsor of the Leading the Future II and Ragins Braswell National Scholarships.