Find Money For College

Where can you find money for college? In a lot of places, actually!

Dissolve your stress around finding money for college

Get Our 2022-23 College Scholarship Calendar (Digital Version)

Our 2022-2023 scholarship calendar guides you on when to apply and ideas for scholarships you may not have considered. Use it to boost your possibilities for getting money for college!

Stay on track to getting money for college!

Here’s a great way to stay on track each month this year with college scholarship application deadlines.

Get a downloadable PDF version of our College Scholarship calendar. This will show you opportunities available each month for getting money for college with scholarships.

Plus, you’ll get a list of our favorite scholarships that we like to recommend to our clients. You might find some you’ve never heard of that could be a great fit for you.

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Dr. Pamela’s constant encouragement and advice helped guide me through my high school years! My decision to apply ED to Tufts University was an important one, and Dr. Pamela’s support was very important during that time. Thank you for everything Dr. Pamela!
Lauren H.
Tufts University
Dr. Pamela is absolutely amazing at helping parents create and implement a strategy for their children’s educational goals.
Nikki and Arnett K
Proud Parents
Throughout my junior and senior year Dr. Pamela really helped me to navigate the college application process. I had no idea where to even start. When it came time for me to start the applications, Dr. Pamela really helped me tackle the many essays I had to write. She really is the greatest. I love you Dr. P!!!
Molly W
University of Denver

How much longer do you want to worry about paying for college?

There’s a lot of hype and frenzy around the price of college. You know it because you’re hearing it from other parents who’ve put their teens through college, the media, maybe even your teen.

Your teen is also stressed because they know college is competitive and expensive, but are unsure of what it means for them.

I’ve organized this calendar so your teen can focus on scholarship opportunities they may not have heard of and get ahead with applying for them! Scholarships are available for a range of ages and grade levels, some even qualify at age 13.

Find money for college right here!

Click the link below and get the Compass College Advisory College Scholarship Calendar now!

Your 2022-2023 College Scholarship Calendar

DIGITAL VERSION

$12.00 USD

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Meet Dr. Pamela Ellis

Pamela Ellis, MBA, PhD—The Education Doctor®—has helped hundreds of young people find and be admitted to best-fit colleges so their parents save time and avoid over-paying. As an award-winning CEO and consultant, Dr. Pamela’s experience with the education system includes advising school districts, community organizations, and institutes of higher education.

As a result of her research into student transitions from high school to college—and evaluating the ways colleges successfully retain their student populations once admitted—she developed The Education Doctor® curriculum. 

She has visited more than 450 colleges and universities internationally to gain insight into their varying cultures and to explore the range of academic and social opportunities available to students on campus. Her research areas include high school to college transition, parent engagement, African-American males in education, and college completion.

She is a highly sought-after speaker and author of the best-selling book What to Know Before They Go. In the first of this series, College Edition, coined “the how-to guide for the teen years”, Dr. Pamela shares actionable insights and tips to help school leaders, counselors, mentors and parents/caregivers support teens toward higher education success.  

Dr. Pamela graduated from Stanford University and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and she earned a doctorate from the Stanford University School of Education.