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 Over 97% of CPTS program participants graduate from college. Since 2002 we have served over 28,000 students. 


 CPTS partners with a "village" of community organizations that assist students with resources, funding and networks of success.


 We offer a platform of scholarships that range from $500 to $30,000. There are over 9 billion dollars in scholarships within your reach when you follow our system. 



The ones who will succeed are those who are equipped to compete in tomorrow's marketplace. By applying for our Success Program today, your child can earn the benefits for a lifetime. 


College Planning TODAY Services start where you are and begin to build a portfolio of information regarding financial sevices and scholarship information that will prepare students to access the essential resources needed to build upon their path to an educational future. 


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         * Personalized Scholarships Searches 

         * PSAT/ SAT  Preparation 

        *  Comparisons of Colleges, Majors and Careers 

        * Financial Aid Help 

        * Services:  from Pre-K to 12th grade 

       * Additional Services from GED to Ph.D! 

For the cost of a Coke per day you can save the money you need for your child's college tuition. 


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On April 26, 2022, the Department of Education announced Fresh Start, a temporary program to help borrowers who have student loans in default. Fresh Start will run until the end of August 2024.

Fresh Start Program Benefits:

  • borrowers who have eligible loans in default can get their loans out of default quickly and easily;
  • restores access to financial aid for borrowers in default who want to go back to school;
  • collections will continue to be paused during the Fresh Start period for borrowers with eligible loans, giving borrowers time to take advantage of the Fresh Start program before returning to repayment;
  • Fresh Start also restores access to income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, loan forgiveness programs, and deferments and forbearances.

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College Planning Services offers individuals and families a variety of programs.

We are dedicated to helping families with their college planning needs as we prepare them to meet their EFC-Expected Family Contribution.

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If you enroll by December 30th and are interviewed you will automatically be eligible for our promotional tour scholarships drawings; $1,000 to $2,500.
(Scholarships availability will be based on first come first serve as well as the number of scholarships we have available). Apply today!

    You must register by clicking here to be considered

                  Are You A Current College Student and Homeless? 

A recent surveyby the Hope Center of more than 195,000 two-year and four-year college students found that about half experienced housing insecurity and about one in seven reported they either experienced homelessness or lacked a stable living situation.

Pervasive historical and structural racism cause stark disparities among these students: the 2019 survey found rates of homelessness were higher for Black students (20 percent) and Indigenous students (31 percent) than for white students (17 percent). LGBTQ+ students also experience high rates of homelessness. And COVID-19, disproportionately affected people of color, exacerbates students’ risk for homelessness.

Students experiencing homelessness are at greater academic risk than their peers. Many maintain demanding work schedules to pay for school and living expenses, limiting time available for studies. Losing access to dormitories and dining halls during school breaks also adds the stress of finding other places to stay. Stress can lead to decreased sleep and increased strain on physical and mental health, which can further impede academic achievement.

Federal policymakers and academic institutions can support students most in need by confronting evolving barriers faced by homeless and housing-insecure students by creating comprehensive and targeted supports.

Systemic barriers obstruct meeting basic needs

College students experiencing homelessness face barriers in accessing housing. Both on- and off-campus housing can be prohibitively expensive. Those who turn to the private rental market may face multiple forms of housing discriminationfrom landlords, including racial discrimination,source of income discrimination, and discrimination against students. Some affordable housing options also impose eligibility restrictions on students.

They also face food insecurity. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is one federal resource to alleviate food insecurity, but like other social safety net programs, it ignores barriers rooted in structural racism and imposes punitive measures, like work requirements, that force students to either prioritize their education over hunger or sacrifice education by working sufficient hours to access SNAP benefits. The program’s eligibility criteria and past rules have made it difficult for students enrolled at least half time, and young people in particular, to access benefits;in 2019, only about 1 in 5 of two-year college students and 1 in 10 of four-year college students experiencing homelessness accessed SNAP. College Planning TODAY Services is currently working with goverment agencies and other community partners to assist students who are experiencing homelessness. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness contact us today by clicking on the link and completing the information.    

                   I am a student that is homeless and need housing and/ or other resources



College Planning TODAY Services, INC, and CPTS Education Fund, INC. 501(c)(3) work with educators, administrators, counselors, and licensed insurance agents to provide the necessary services, networks, and information to provide information and resources to students and families who are serious about a college education, trade schools or entrepreneurship. Our representatives extend our services to schools, churches, educational workshops, and "fairs" to promote academic empowernment of students through our programs. We work with local, state and other key national organizations to make our services available on an annual basis. 

We partner with financial institutions, fortune 500 companies, colleges and universities across the globe to strategize in building a portfolio of information regarding financial services for students.

Please note: CPTS is a time sensitive organization which means it operates on a TIMELINE or DEADLINE system just like colleges/ universities, federal aid programs like FAFSA and other organizations that offer scholarships. Those who have problems with following structured guidelines will miss out on resources, information and funding! This will be not only be true with us but also with colleges and in life. Do not procrastinate!

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