Events and Resources
College Guidance Network offers high-quality resources for high school counselors, students, and families.
Our programming is constantly evolving and designed to:
Bring experts in higher education and admissions into the homes of students and their families
Cover key topics including the best school fit, navigating financial aid and college affordability, crafting admissions essays, or exploring post high school career opportunities
For more information on how we can help and to view helpful resources, see below:
Upcoming Live Events
Experts for Everyone.
Upcoming Dates to Remember
Discussion Guide Toolkits
Financial Resource Center
Money Matters: College Affordability and Financial Aid 101
Insights and practical advice from four financial aid experts:
Claire Dennison, uAspire
Holly Mollow, uAspire
Patricia Reilly, Tufts University
Darryl Tiggle, Friends School of Baltimore
Lee Coffin, Dean of Admissions at Dartmouth College will moderate the expert panelists in conversation.
Financial Discussion Guide Toolkit
Earning a college degree is a life-changing opportunity and a significant family expense.
What’s In the Kit:
How to Talk about College Financing
The Importance of Understanding College Return on Investment
EdSurge's Nick Ducoff writes about access and affordability, asking...
"Is College Worth It? Decoding New Approaches to Calculating ROI"
Help for Students, Parents and Alumni
Educational Credit Management Corporation (ECMC) is an authorized agent for American Student Assistance® (ASA) to help you with managing your ASA®-guaranteed federal student loans.
Best Value Colleges
With the average college student graduating with tens-of-thousands of dollars in student loans, prospective college students, parents and policymakers are all trying to better understand the value of college education, particularly as it applies to future decisions in the job market.