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Author of How To Get Free Money For College
College Funding Institute

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Trevor Ramos is a College Funding Consultant and the author of How To Get Free Money For College.

In the past 12 years, he has helped families with 9th, 10th and 11th graders to get scholarships and grants to attend expensive universities. His specialty is helping middle class parents who make too much money to qualify for federal and state grants, but not enough to pay $27,000-$85,000 per year to send all their kids to college.

Trevor is a graduate of Boston University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting.

He is a Certified College Planning Specialist (CCPS) through the National Institute of Certified College Planners (NICCP).

He is also a member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC).

Here's a small list of colleges & universities Trevor has sent his students to along with the scholarships and/or grants received (some amounts are projected over four years):

Azusa Pacific University ($62,200)
Bard College ($156,200)
Baylor University ($66,400)
Boston College ($160,400)
Boston University ($120,000)
Case Western Reserve University ($150,040)
Chapman University ($118,032)
Columbia University ($197,032)
Cornell University ($97,656)
Claremont McKenna College ($175,756)
Dartmouth College ($119,376)
DePaul University ($60,000)
Dickinson College ($170,520)
Drexel University ($97,980)
George Washington University($180,980)
Johns Hopkins University ($167,600)
Lewis & Clark College ($124,648)
Loyola University Chicago ($90,000)
Loyola Marymount University ($96,800)
Mills College ($161,236)
New York University ($138,600)
Occidental College ($242,848)
Pepperdine University ($87,584)
University of Dallas ($144,000)
Santa Clara University ($233,924)
Simmons College ($60,000)
St. John's University ($76,000)
St. Mary's College of California ($125,996)
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry ($71,600)
The Catholic University of America ($116,800)
Tulane University ($128,000)
University of California - Los Angeles ($36,324)
University of California - San Diego ($71,280)
University of California - Santa Barbara ($95,240)
University of California - Davis ($94,092)
University of California - Irvine ($87,360)
University of California - Riverside ($85,176)
University of Dallas ($144,740)
University of Hartford ($102,920)
University of Puget Sound ($106,380)
University of San Diego ($80,000)
University of San Francisco ($80,000),
University of Southern California ($224,224)
University of the Pacific ($121,832)
Willamette University ($96,400)