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Thank you for requesting a program from NHHEAF University. Please complete the form below for any program you may wish to have presented by Center for College Planning staff. A confirmation e-mail with the date and time of your presentation will be sent shortly. If you have particular questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 800.525.2577 x119 or email us.
It is never too early to begin preparing (academically or financially) for a college education. Parents will get a head start by attending this evening program which provides them with the college planning and savings basics necessary to support their children's goals for education beyond high school. Attendees will receive an Early College Planning Guide.
This fun, interactive session gives students the opportunity to learn the importance of saving while exploring the differences between needs and wants. Students also share ideas about personal resources (talent, time, skills) they possess to help others. NHHEAF partners with the NH Jump$tart Coalition to provide all participants with a "Moonjar" bank.
This session provides attendees with an overview of college savings options and college costs and also previews financial aid.
Selecting colleges and applying for admission can be overwhelming. There are applications to be completed, deadlines to meet, essays to write and policies to understand. This session is intended to educate the student and family about the college admission process. Topics include: narrowing your list, questions to ask on a college tour, college essay pointers, the application timeline and the basics of financial aid. Attendees will receive The College Insider. The College Overview can be adapted for daytime classroom presentations.
In collaboration with the NH Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NHASFAA) Speaker's Bureau, this evening presentation helps families navigate through the financial aid process. Emphasis is placed on how to apply for aid and the types of aid available. Funding options, scholarship searches and the importance of deadlines are also discussed. Attendees will receive a Scholarship Pocket Guide.
Since so many students are working or don't have transportation to attend evening programs, we adapted the traditional Financial Aid Night as a classroom daytime program. Students will learn financial aid and scholarship basics with plenty of time for questions. Attendees will receive a Scholarship Pocket Guide.
This evening program helps families understand and evaluate financial aid packages. We discuss such issues as reporting outside scholarships, financing options, avoiding scholarship scams and writing special circumstance letters. Attendees will receive a Scholarship Pocket Guide and assorted reference materials.
In addition to NHHEAF University programs, note that NHHEAF offers the Campaign for Financial Education (CFE) outreach as well. CFE programs focus on responsible money management, consumer smarts and borrowing basics. Colleagues in the business, math or family-consumer science departments might welcome the additional resource. Certain CCP programs are available for school counselor's to deliver in schools. Click here to view curriculum available for download.