COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY -- The IEC Challenge

When: 05/22/2018 - 05/23/2018 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Where: The Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, SC

Keynote speakers:
Sarah Watt House, MBA
Economist and Vice President, Wells Fargo Bank
Don Blanton, CFC, CLU
Founder and President of Moneytrax

Topics:
Our annual conference this year is focusing sharply on AFFORDABILITY.

  • IEC's are paying attention, and are asking, "How can America afford to go to college?"
  • Families with 2 or 3 children are facing astronomical costs, destabilizing debt, and the disruption of all other financial planning.  IEC's can no longer simply focus on helping students find a good academic fit. We must also assist families in addressing the significant costs.
  • Speakers this year will bring helpful perspectives from a Macroeconomic context; financial strategies that save retirement planning; The Coalition of Colleges for Access, Affordability and Success; Athletic Grants-in-Aid; and other critical elements of affordability.
  • As always we are flush with resources for Professional IEC's as business people, too.
  • This year we are also inaugurating "Spotlight on Your NCAG." That will be one section in the program to keep you updated on all of the behind-the-scenes perspicacity and planning.
  • Your registration INCLUDES BREAKFAST and LUNCH each of the two days.
  • Tuesday evening plans include relaxing and fun activities; optional but irresistible.
 
Charleston, SC is a landmark American city, steeped in both colonial and national history. The Francis Marion Hotel is our host site. It sits in the hearts of the historic district.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS:
We have secured a block of rooms at a discounted rate.
  • FIRST, REGISTER as an attendee.
    • Only $350.00 for NCAG Members.
    • We've worked hard to keep your costs level over the last several years.
  • SECOND, CALL the FRANCIS MARION -- 843-722-0600. Reserve your room.
  • We expect the block of discounted, affordably-priced rooms to fill up fast.
  • Let the reservationist know you are coming for the NCAG Conference May 22-23.  (Rooms are available for check in Monday night and check out Friday morning for those who may want that convenience.)

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