From college wishes to admission decisions & graduation signatures
helping students to impact their lives, families, & communities
FAFSA, COA, EFC, SAP, Early Admission, AP, FinAid, Rolling Deadlines, and more!
What do they all mean?
Planning for college can be confusing and even overwhelming.
The process is more challenging when it begins late in high school or includes parts and pieces instead of a holistic picture.
Don't delay planning for your future. Early support can make a more sucessful outcome.
Let MGM College Services be your guide.
Students and families; schools and districts; and civic and community organizations can find help, expertise, and support throughout their college planning and preparation journey.
From seventh grade to senior year, we believe that with proper planning, college is more than possible.
How can we help make your college dreams a reality?
ACADEMIC SUPPORT & LEADERSHIP SKILL DEVELOPMENT
There are many academic, personal, and leadership skills needed for success in college, career, and life. These are no longer "soft skills" but are ESSENTIAL SKILLS. How can they be developed and strengthened to increase students' success?
PARENT & FAMILY WORKSHOPS
Building support for students begins with involving parents and family members. These sessions involve students, parents, and family members in interactive and multigenerational discussions of college and postsecondary goals to connect performance, potential, and plans.
COLLEGE APPLICATION ASSISTANCE
FAFSA, fees, essays, OH MY!! We simplify the college
application process, help create action plans, and guide you through the college admission application process.
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WITH FACULTY & STAFF
What do faculty and staff members share with students about postsecondary options? How do these practices align with personal, school, and district goals and outcomes? Where are gaps and gulfs and how can more students access opportunities, resources, and options for improved success?
SCHOLARSHIP & FUNDING PREP/SUPPORT
College scholarships are available beginning in primary grades. How can students and families find them? What are strategies to win college dollars? How can families fund college dreams for their students?