Informational 4Parents

Financial-Aid 411  

High School


Financial-Aid Series

In this 4 part informational the Oink Team will walk you through the basics of  financial-aid. 

You'll learn:

  • What is financial aid?

  • Financial-aid buzz words and jargon.

  • If it's possible to get more financial-aid after receiving award letter

  • What questions parents should ask the financial-aid department at colleges before signing.

  • Can families with high incomes also qualify for financial-aid.

Who Should Attend?

  • Parents with high school students (your high school student is welcomed to be present).

  • Parents that are high income earners.

  • Returning Students.

  • College Students.

  • Parents with college bound students.

About the Oink Group

At the Oink Group we empower parents and show them how to use their power.

 We do that by innovating and developing creative solutions that revolve around college preparation. Our programs provide parents with guidance, support, and resources that they can leverage for the benefit of their family.  To learn more about our programs and services visit us at


4 Part Series

Time: 7pm-8pm (60 minutes)

  Monday, October 28th       What Is Financial-Aid? 
  Monday, November 4th      Financial Aid Buzz Words & Jargon.  
  Monday, November 11th     Can I Ask For More Financial-Aid?
  Monday, November 18th    What Questions Should Parents Ask Financial-Aid?  

Cost of attendance: Free 

Only 25 Seats Available

Tuition Rewards members earn 250 points 

Webinar link will be emailed to each guest upon completion of registration


D. Bickcom, IL

" The class was very informative. I feel more knowledgeable
about financial aid and what and what not to do.​ "

" As a parent, it is more important to know and understand my ability
to afford college for my child. The Oink Group continues to do
an awesome job of breaking down the information so that
I'll always know what decisions to make. "

C. Jordan, IL

 " I'm happy I attended because I have a son in his 3rd year in college he's only
a sophomore.I didn't realize how much more it was going to cost us if he
exceeds 4 years.I'm so grateful for the information. "

P. Robbins, Washington D.C.