CCR’s Rates and “Financial Aid”

College Counseling for the Rest of Us

THE MOST AFFORDABLE COLLEGE COUNSELING SERVICE IN NEW JERSEY!

RATES OF SERVICE

(As of June 9, 2012)

  •  “THE STARTER” – Includes the initial VRV visit, 2 Reports (the Narrative and CollegeChoice) and the follow-up VRV visit. $199
  • “THE STANDARD” – The choice of most client families.  Includes all of the services of “The Starter”, plus a ‘retainer’- unlimited calls, texts and emails, access to all CCR services, free workshops and communication until the student begins college.  $398 – only $349 if selected as a package.
  • “MONEY MATTERS” – The Standard package (VRV + Retainer) and a financial aid/paying for college consult.  $597 – only $479 if selected as a package.
  • “THE FULL PACKAGE” – The Starter, Retainer, and Financial Aid/Paying for College Consult plus one additional consult of your choice (options including College Essay 101, College Interview 101, the Student-Athlete and the Learning Support Student).  $796 – only $599 if selected as a package.

‘FINANCIAL AID’

(As of January 4, 2012)

  • UP TO $99 – All transfer, adult and/or graduate students can subtract “$1 per year”. 
  • $50 – All House Party and Workshop attendees receive a $50 discount for future services.  (1 time only per client)
  • $50 – All House Party hosts receive a $50 discount for future services. (1 time only)
  • $20 – Referrals.  Those who refer also receive a $20 discount towards future services.
  • Offers cannot generally be combined.  Exceptions to this policy are at the discretion of College Counseling for the Rest of Us.

**All services, rates and plans of payment can be customized to best meet your needs.  Let us know how we can best serve you.

**The above rates are for 2012.  All service prices and interpretations of financial aid policy are at the discretion of College Counseling for the Rest of Us.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jennifer Kutch
    Oct 27, 2016 @ 20:39:08

    Hello,
    I am wondering if you provide services for Government employees needing academic advising on higher education options and if so what do those services entail?
    Thank you.

    Reply

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