StuFund Launches Financial Aid eBook in Spanish
Liberty Corner, NJ (PRWEB) – May 25, 2010 – Student Funding Group, LLC (StuFund) announced the production of its new eBook in Spanish Yo Pago, Usted Paga Otra Vez.
Written by mother-son team Donna and Brian Sotolongo, this book provides a cross-generational dialogue about financial aid. These experts focus on giving parents and students the information needed to secure grants and loans while minimizing debt.
“The Spanish translation of this ebook is critical to reaching a broader segment of our customers. This is incredibly important.” said Sergio Sotolongo, StuFund Chairman and CEO. Crucial financial aid information is needed by both students and parents in order to make informed decisions when it comes to paying for college. Each generation wants different types of information. This eBook is written with this in mind. “We realize that there are other books out there on financial aid” stated Donna Sotolongo, Psy D, Director of the StuFund Knowledge Center. “Our book takes a different perspective: we each wrote our own chapters and edited the other writer’s chapter while highlighting the crucial points and expanding where needed.”
This eBook is designed for both parents and their children to simplify the financial aid process. Copies of the books can be purchased on the StuFund Knowledge Center website. There will be a limited number of printed copies that will be made available to schools for purchase.
StuFund is a minority business enterprise in the educational loan space. It is built on the philosophy that each and every student can and should have access to funding for quality higher education. The company’s mission is to provide loans, particularly for students who could not afford college without such financing, and to support and guide families through the financial aid process. In addition to offering educational loans for undergraduate and graduate schools, StuFund’s Knowledge Center provides expert advisement on college admissions, financial aid and financial literacy. It hopes to address the fact that many students do not have sufficient access to college advisement in their schools. Both the StuFund and StuFund Knowledge Center websites have been translated into Spanish to serve a larger cross-section of the market. Through partnerships with Universities, Corporations, and Non Profit Organizations, StuFund hopes to educate the public about the college application process, financing options and financial literacy. More information is available at www.stufund.com