Books About Innovative Payment Plans and Prepaid Tuition Plans
- Kalman A. Chany and Geoff Martz,
The Princeton Review Student Access Guide to Paying
for College 1995,
3rd edition, Villard Books, New York, 1994.
ISBN 0-67974-497-0 ($16.00). 285 pages. Revised
strategies for maximizing aid and how to fill out
financial aid forms. Also talks about innovative
payment plans and solutions to unusual problems. To
order a copy, write to Villard Books, Random House,
New York, NY 10022.
- Patricia Consolloy,
After scholarships, what? Creative ways to lower
your college costs -- and the colleges that offer them,
Peterson's Guides, Princeton, New Jersey, 1981.
ISBN 0-87866-129-8 ($8.00). 385 pages. Out of print.
- Michael A. Olivas (ed),
Prepaid College Tuition Plans,
College Board, 1996.
Order number 004841 ($13 plus $3.94 shipping and
handling). This book contains six essays discussing the
strengths and weaknesses of the Florida and Michigan
prepaid college tuition programs. To order a copy, call
write to College Board Publications, Box 886, New
York, NY 10101-0886. For more information, call
1-212-713-8165 or fax 1-212-713-8143.
- Debra L. Wexler,
College Check Mate: Innovative Tuition Plans that
Make You a Winner,
9th edition, Octameron Associates, Alexandria, Virginia, September 1995.
ISBN 0-945981-98-8 ($7.50). 120 pages. Revised
annually. Covers a variety of innovative tuition plans
offered by colleges, including installment plans,
prepayment discounts, tuition freezes, tuition
equalization, family plans, academic incentives,
tuition remission for student leaders, off-hour
rates, guaranteed tuition plans, and moral
obligation scholarships. To order this or
other Octameron books, call 1-703-836-5480 or write
to Octameron Associates, PO Box 2748, Alexandria, VA