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Parent and child planning for college

Helping your child plan for college?

  • How do I help my child pick a college major and program?
  • What is the difference between degree programs?
  • How do I properly match up my child’s interests and strengths with majors?
  • How do I help my child target schools that will reduce my overall costs?

We have answers….

The decision to go to college means an additional $1 million more over your lifetime. The difference between the highest and lowest earning major is $3.5 million. Invest in your child’s future with financial confidence.

You can easily spend 200+ hours researching colleges and majors but, here at EDUsquared, we provide a product that encourages information and communication, allowing you and your student to make informed decisions.

Parents spend over $2.5 billion on SAT and ACT prep. Getting into a slightly better school means next to nothing if you overspend on tuition.

As a bonus, your EDUsquared membership package includes access to our ASK EDU forum for any additional questions you may have.

Confused about your college future?

  • What major is right for me?
  • What career can I have with my major?
  • What school is best for my major and career goals?
  • How can I save money on college costs?

We don’t think paying $18,000 for your first year of college to figure what you want to major in makes much sense. Instead, it is better to have a plan in place that helps you better understand what major and associated jobs fit your personality and what will ultimately create a happy life that is not burdened with debt.

That is what EDUsquared is all about. Sit back, enjoy the ride.

You Will Learn

  • Advice for 4 different types of students

  • Public vs. Private Schools

  • In-state vs. Out-of-state Schools

  • Average salaries for jobs

Our Standard High School Package is available! In fact, just reach out to us, the program is free and we will walk you through the process.

College Prep for High School

College and career questions are tough.

What is a job in that major really like after college? No, seriously. What does that job do on a day-to-day basis? These are the questions we know high school students and young college students actually have. What exactly is a supply chain analyst? What does a civil engineer actually do? What the heck is a brand manager? We get it, it’s confusing. EDUsquared is here to help. We make the confusing simple.