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Colleges are ripping you off.

It's Time For You To Get Even.

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You're Losing Thousands Of Dollars...

The average college graduate spends over $100,000 on their degree and takes 18.5 years to pay off that loan... and that's ONLY the 60% of students who actually finish their degree without dropping out. 

...We'll Help You Get It All Back

What if you didn't have to be the "average" college graduate? What if there was a way to get your degree at a fraction of the cost and in a fraction of the time? What if you were 100% equipped to do college better, quicker, and more affordable than you ever thought possible?

What if "What if" meant "Why not"?

About Casey

Casey Woodard

At the age of 18, I first stepped foot onto my university's campus. Despite being a terrible student in high school, by the age of 19, I was walking across the graduation stage, having completed a Bachelor's degree with almost straight-A's. I did this while working two jobs, going to the gym five days a week, hanging with friends, and frequently traveling - all while getting at least 8 hours of sleep a night. To me, college was quick, fun, and affordable. After all, I failed numerous classes in high school, yet still found a way to get a 50% discount on college.

You Can Too.

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Student Discount online course

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one-on-one coaching

College Student

“I wish I would have read this earlier in life. This book needs to become a mandatory textbook for high school students.”

Ryan D. - indiana university