Useful Links

College Savings Plans: A Guide for Parents: There are special college savings plans available to help whatever you can set aside grow into substantial savings. This guide is intended to help financial supporters of tomorrow’s college students determine the best way to save money for college expenses. We’ll highlight the advantages of various college savings plans and differences between each savings option.

Graduating Without Debt: A Guide for College Students: The good news is with prudent planning, it’s still possible to keep your debt burden to manageable levels. Here you will find strategies and tactics that can bring you closer to your goal of graduating without debt — or with very little debt.

Ultimate Guide to the FAFSA: 10 Steps to a Successful Student Load Application: The FAFSA is what assistance program providers review to determine the amount of assistance a student qualifies for and the student’s expected family contribution (EFC), which is the amount they expect the student’s family can afford to contribute toward the student’s college expenses. "College Success Starts Here." This site is for everyone over the age of 13. Click here to view the March 2 Success brochure.
March 2 Success can help when:

  • Taking the ACT/SAT test
  • Taking state mandated assessment examinations
  • Taking college entrance examinations
  • Taking a trade school entrance test
  • Applying for a job
  • Taking a military entrance test
  • Applying for college
  • Taking STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) courses
  • Taking Nursing exams
  • Taking pre-engineering courses