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1. Our Book, College Success for Less - The Insiders' Guide for Parents. 60 pages of top-notch, insider information from College Professors. Pay less for college while your child gets more.
2. Our Workbook, College Success for Less - 10 Step Workbook. 40 pages with 10 easy-to-follow steps, and all the forms you need to compare colleges, financial aid packages, and student loans.
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Bill Quain, Ph.D.
Dr. Bill Quain has a remarkable personal story. Despite being legally blind since the age of 14, he became an executive chef, author, speaker, and college professor.
Dr. Quain has been a college professor for over 25 years. Bill's 15 books on personal success have sold more than 2 million copies, and have been translated into 20 languages. He is a graduate of Cornell University, Florida International University, and The University of New Orleans.
Bill and his wife Jeanne are very familiar with the college search process. Their 18-year-old daughter is applying to colleges right now! They have a second daughter who will also enter college in a few years.
Joseph J. Corabi, Ed.D.
Dr. Joseph J. Corabi brings a unique combination of experience, credentials, and personal knowledge to College Success for Less. As a college admissions coach, he helps his clients choose the right school at the right price.
Joe is a former high school principal. He knows how to help students and parents make a smooth transition to college. As a former high school and college football coach, he understands the unique needs of student athletes. However, Joe's experience with college admissions is not just professional. Dr. Corabi and his wife Mary Jane have 5 children, including triplets who are in college today!
Joe Corabi received his Master's Degree from West Chester University, and his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Widener University. He is the author of 3 books.
Jack Krutsick, D.a.d.
Jack Krutsick, D.a.d., is the man you need to thank for College Success for Less. He approached Bill & Joe with the idea for a no nonsense, step-by-step guide for parents of college-bound children. Jack knew, from personal experience, that parents often paid too much for college tuition.
As the father of a college graduate, Jack always wondered if he could have done things differently . His insightful questions helped develop the basic premise that parents could pay less while their kids get more.
Jack is a successful businessman, and a former college athlete. He graduated from St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, where he was a point-guard on the basketball team. Jack and his wife Renee have another son who will enter college in a few years.
If you are wondering what the D.a.d. means, just take out the periods. Jack is a Dad, and the inspiration for this program.
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