HIGH RISK?

MEDIUM RISK?

LOW RISK?

Where would your student fall if we were measuring their

Admissions Worthiness?

Scholarship Worthiness?

ARE YOU A GOOD RISK???

WHAT IS R.I.S.K. ABOUT?

When colleges consider students for admissions and funding opportunities, they think about them in terms of R.I.S.K.
 

It’s like our credit score for college. Banks will only issue you a credit card in real life if they trust that you are a good RISK, able to pay it back.

Not paying it back or being late costs them money, like students who start but don’t graduate cost colleges money.

 

So, colleges view students from the Lens of "Admissions Worthiness" and "Scholarship Worthiness". The student who yields a higher ROI is most likely the student to get the opportunity.

THE IMPACT

A Student's RISK Level Can Lead To The Following:

  • A Smaller Chance Of Acceptance Into Selective, Highly Selective, And Difficult Colleges. 

  • A Smaller Chance Of Qualifying For Merit-based Aid

  • A Greater Chance Of Needing Student Loans To Help Pay For College. 

  • A Greater Chance Of Having A Financial Gap That Can Prevent You From Starting College. 

If a plan is not in place to mitigate the risk, opportunities will be limited, and the path to a debt-free education will become more difficult, if not impossible.

WHAT DOES R.I.S.K. MEAN?

As Shared Above, Colleges Take A RISK Every Time They Award Or Grant Aid To A Student. To Mitigate Their Risk Level, Aspiring College Students Should Ask Themselves, “Am I…”

R - Reputable. Will My College Be Proud To Have Me As An Alum?

 

I - Illuminating? Do I Stand Out From The Rest Of The College Applicants?

 

S - Selfless? Giving Back To Your Community Says A Lot About Your Character.

 

K - Keen? Am I Self Aware Enough To Continually Grow And Overcome Challenges?

THE SOLUTION

There Are Ways To DECREASE Your Risk Level. Gain Access To Helpful Resources And Learn How We’ve Helped Our Clients Become A Low-risk Applicant, Leading Them To A Debt Free Education.

Take Action Now And Learn About How To Make College A Debt-free Reality.