Now is Always the Best Time to Get Started

If you (or your child), is in the 8th, 9th, or 10th grade, now is the time to enroll in our Career and College Prep Program.  The longer you wait, the less time you'll have to make the best use of your time in high-school.  Missing just a step or two now can cost you thousands of dollars later on.

If you (or your child), is a junior or senior in high-school, now is the perfect time to get started with our Personalized Services Program.


We appreciate your expert knowledgePick up the phone and give us a toll free call at 800-898-4636 Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM until 8:00 PM Eastern Time Zone.  Let's talk about your plans and how RSC can make life a whole lot easier for you.  While you have us on the phone, be sure to ask for a FREE calculation of your EFC (Expected Family Contribution), and sample College Cost Estimates based on your personal financial status.


"While we are currently waiting for a response from USC on the final financial aid amount, it appears that subsequent to the letter of appeal you drafted on her behalf, Nicole will likely be receiving an increase in aid above the amount she had previously been awarded.  We truly appreciate this additional effort on your part to ensure that Nicole is receiving the maximum amount of aid for which she is eligible."

-James and Yolanda Gonzales



Your College Prep Checklist Keeps You On Track

It’s never too early to prepare for college and career. Our program helps students understand what they want so they can start getting ready now. You don’t want to wait until it’s too late, when your student suddenly realizes too many opportunities have slipped through their fingers. RSC's extensive College Prep Checklists, handbooks and knowledge nuggets keep them (and you!) on track so they don’t miss great chances for college and career success!

When is now a good time to start planning?


" I really appreciate all of your efforts on behalf of my son David.  When Brandeis wrote and told us that we did not qualify for a Pell Grant, I thought they must know what they're talking about and that your company must have made a mistake.  I lost all hope of getting financial aid this year.  I'm still amazed at what happened!  Three time you wrote letters to Brandeis for us, quoting various rules and regulations, insisting that David did qualify.  And three times they wrote back, quoting other rules and regulations, insisting that he didn't qualify.  Finally, on the fourth attempt, they agreed with you and gave us the Pell Grant.  It's unbelievable that your company knows the financial aid rules better than the assistant director of financial aid at a major university."

- G. Polvak, Newton, MA




 For more information, call us toll free at 800-898-4636

We are available to answer your questions Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM until 8:00 PM Eastern Time.