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How to Pay for College

The Tolland Public Library Foundation is sponsoring this free lecture about financing a college education.

From the Tolland Public Library Foundation:

A Hartford financial advisor will discuss “How to Pay for College” Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the .

The Tolland Public Library Foundation is hosting the talk by Craig Breitsprecher at the library at 21 Tolland Green as part of its “Year of the Young Adult” initiative.

Breitsprecher, an associate with the downtown Hartford branch of LPL Financial, regularly speaks to parents at area high schools and community centers on strategies for funding college.

He will discuss how the financial aid system works, some common pitfalls to avoid, the primary sources of college funds, the intricacies of education loans, the current market outlook and where to invest for college.

This free talk is not a sales presentation. Registration is required, and the event is open to the public.

To register, call the library at 860-871-3620.

About the Tolland Public Library Foundation
The Foundation was established in 1996 to receive donations to benefit the Tolland Public Library and to enhance library services beyond what the town budget provides. Tax-deductible donations can be sent to the Tolland Public Library Foundation, Inc., 21 Tolland Green, Tolland, CT 06084

About the Year of the Young Adult
This initiative by the Foundation is aimed at bringing programs and materials to the library that will be of interest to children aged 11 to 18. It is made possible through grants from the Foundation’s Phoebe Dimock King and Elizabeth C. King Eaton Endowment. The Foundation has already held college admissions workshops, purchased software and books geared to young adults, hosted an author and an astronomer and sponsored a Book Voyagers series of discussions on “The Hunger Games” trilogy.



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