Awareness and Financial Aid
Enrollment Management and Degree Completion
TG Philanthropy Case Studies
- AIE Brochure — This brochure explains the interactive features and tools of Adventures In Education, TG's public service website for families, students, and educators.
- The Campus Visit: Evaluating Your Options — A useful tool for students who are taking college tours. By completing a checklist, students can gather comparable information on each school, evaluate their options, and make a well-informed selection.
- Choosing Your Career: Make an Informed Decision — This information piece encourages students to take a holistic approach in determining which postsecondary program of study to pursue. The piece emphasizes that in making an informed decision, the student should consider multiple factors: his or her passion (what the student likes to do), his or her anticipated student loan debt-to-income ratio, and the expected job market for the student's future career path.
- College Advising 101 Worksheet — A useful primer for students who are planning for college. The worksheet is a roadmap that allows students to explore whether they are Academic-Ready, Financial-Aid-Ready, and College-Life-Ready before they begin their college journey.
- College: Help Guide Your Child — A practical guide for parents of middle school students who may be the first in their family to attend college. The brochure provides information on the benefits of pursuing a higher education and includes tips on how parents can help their child plan for college.
- College: Your Future Starts Now — A practical guide for middle school students who may be the first in their family to attend college. The brochure provides information on the benefits of pursuing a higher education and includes college planning tips.
- College: The Next Step — High School Students — A practical guide for high school students who may be the first in their family to attend college. The brochure includes a checklist of things to do to help start the college planning process.
- College: The Next Step — Parents of High School Students — A practical guide for parents of high school students who may be the first in their family to attend college. The brochure provides useful tips on how parents can help during the application and financial aid process.
- Eight Steps to College — This poster takes the student on a tour of the stages they must complete to go to college — from making the decision to make the leap, to applying for admission, to completing financial aid forms. The poster's engaging infographic amuses while it informs.
- Facilitating Student Success: Help Students Make Informed Decisions — This booklet is intended for financial aid, academic advising, career counseling and other student affairs professionals and faculty. The booklet offers student success strategies to help administrators guide students in their decision about program of study and implications on career path and financial outcomes.
- The Great College Mystery — Dr. Ed provides middle school students with a fun, entertaining way to start thinking about going to college and explains ways to pay for college in this comic book-style brochure.
- Private Loans — This brochure provides a useful overview of private loans, outlining how they differ from federal loans and offers a chart for comparing both loan types.
- Texas Financial Aid Information Center (TFAIC) bookmark — This bookmark provides students with a quick reference to the contact information for TFAIC, a free public service available to all Texas students and families wanting to pursue a higher education.
- Texas Financial Aid Information Center (TFAIC) poster — This poster alerts students and families in your office to the availability of TFAIC, a free public service available to all Texas students and families wanting to pursue a higher education.
- Your Future — A practical guide to financing education. Features information about planning and paying for college, the financial aid process, financial responsibility, and more.
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