College Finance Management Graduate Without Student Debt Grant Fund Announced

United Student Alliance, a group dedicated to helping college students graduate debt free, has announced it can help students across the country. It offers charitable grants to help members set up their post-college life.

League City, United States - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

United Student Alliance has announced it can help students across the country to graduate college debt free. Interested parties can sign up to the graduate college debt free program, which is for members only, and they will become eligible to participate and accept a grant, which can set them up for life outside school.

More information can be found at: https://unitedstudentalliance.net

The site explains that, in order to become a member, there is a $150 per year registration fee. Within the annual registration, the student must nominate themselves each year for a grant upon graduation.

The United Student Alliance is a group of people who have come together with the single goal of helping students to shed the burden of college debt. This is a burden that hangs over millions of students and graduates across the country.

United Student Alliance aims to give people a better quality of life after their higher education is completed. The group aims to foster that better quality of life by promoting through education the health, wealth, prosperity and freedom for all, the chance to be debt free from student loans after graduation.

A free report is available on the United Student Alliance website explaining in full the details behind the program. It explains that the program offers true good for all who participate. The repayment program is in the form of a charitable grant, and helps students to build the life they’ve always wanted.

The United Student Alliance states: “Once you have paid for your registration fee via credit or debit card, your complete registration form will be emailed to you. Fill this out on your computer print and sign the document. Scan and email it back to us. We will establish your account and your account number will be emailed back to you once that is completed.”

Graduating college debt free with United Student Alliance is a twelve step process, which is detailed in full on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided on site.

Contact Info:
Name: Richard Counts
Email: trusteefs@gmail.com
Organization: Trustee & Financial Services LLC
Address: 2600 South Shore Blvd Ste-300, League City, Texas 77573, United States
Phone: +1-281-245-3375

For more information, please visit https://unitedstudentalliance.net/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313791

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