Who is Edmit?
Edmit helps students and their families find the right college financial fit, ensuring they are better off after college. They provide digital financial education and advice to guide high school students and parents through the entire college planning process.
Their mission is to help families understand college affordability and outcomes so they are set up for success after graduation.
How Do They Move Fin Lit Forward?
Edmit is provided at no cost through partnerships with mission-aligned high schools and financial institutions.
Their solution combines:
Award-winning Software: Make a personalized plan to find the best financial fit – all in one place.
Financial FitTM Curriculum: Along the way, learn the basics about everything from the FAFSA to student debt and budgeting.
Educator Resources: Lesson plans, presentations, and in-class workshops to supplement your instruction and guidance.
With Edmit, students and families can:
Understand and appeal financial aid award letters
Check colleges’ affordability with our financial aid and merit aid estimates
Get the information and advice they need to reduce costs and avoid taking too much student debt.
Evaluate post-graduation salaries by college and by major
Help your students pick a college with confidence. Edmit’s financial education and planning tools help educators bring financial fit into the college consideration process.
Round out your college programming with trusted parent- and student-ready financial education and planning tools.
Access expert presenters and content for financial aid nights and other events.
Follow students’ progress on finding the right financial fit with our educator account and dashboards.
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Better After College
Edmit works best when students and their families work together! Students and parents can now invite each other to share an account in Edmit so they can collaborate on their college list, budget, and more.
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