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We supply these brochures free to high school counselors in our market area (about a 250 mile radius from campus). Fill in the quantity of each brochure that you would like or you can call Doug Tschopp if you want to discuss ideas on how to use these at your school.

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The College Path Checklist

Questions You Should Ask About A College

Preparing for College, The Parent Path

Education And The Liberal Arts

How Families Pay for College

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Preparing for College, The Parent Path was written to help parents keep their students on the “college track” during the high school years. It can be handed out to parents at any time, but optimally it would be used during freshman orientation.

The College Path Checklist is a user-friendly guide to keep students on track as they move through the stages of their college search. This is the original and still most popular pamphlet in this series.

Education And The Liberal Arts was written to alleviate some of the misconceptions and apprehensions that parents and students have when considering a liberal arts college.

Questions You Should Ask About A College will help your students when they are talking to schools at college nights or on a campus visit.

These brochures are being produced as a public service and are therefore available to high schools in our market area upon request. If you need just a few to have in your office, or if you need a large quantity as a handout at college planning seminars or college nights, please let us know.