Consultation on student aid offered
STEVENSVILLE — This Saturday, April 22, College Planning Service America LLC is hosting a free, one-on-one consultation for parents and 11th- and 12th-grade students who plan to go to college and are in need of financial assistance. Dr. Kevin Bukatman, of King of Prussia, PA, will be advising.
Appointments to meet with Bukatman are necessary, and are being accepted by calling 610-726-1146 before Saturday to schedule times to meet.
Bukatman made a presentation about different kinds of financial aid available at the Kent Island Free Library on Thursday evening, April 13, and the ins and outs of applying for financial aid, which include a complicated variety of grants, loans, scholarships and work study programs. Bukatman was particular about errors many parents/students make in making applications for aid, thus reducing financial aid that can be attained legally, and unfortunately, increasing family financial burdens. He hopes to explain some of those pitfalls during consultations.
From the left, Dr. Kevin Bukatman, stands with financial consultants Bob Sullivan and Patrick Perry, Thursday evening, April 13, at the Kent Island Library in Stevensville. Bukatman, representing College Planning Service America LLC, explained the ins and outs of applying for financial aid. He is providing free consultations at the library, Saturday, April 22, but appointments are necessary. Call 610-726-1146 for an appointment time.
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