CrossState Solutions Partners With SAGE Scholars
Posted: Mar, 2022
CrossState Solutions Partners With SAGE Scholars To Offer NJ, PA Credit Unions Unique College Scholarship Program.
Harrisburg, PA and Hightstown, NJ — SAGE Scholars (www.tuitionrewards.com) and CrossState Solutions have partnered to give New Jersey and Pennsylvania credit unions of all sizes access to Tuition Rewards®, a program that helps families afford a quality four-year undergraduate degree for their children, grandchildren, and other loved ones at an extensive network of over 440 private colleges and universities nationwide.
SAGE Scholars is the nation’s largest and most trusted private college preparation and funding organization. Through SAGE Scholars unique Tuition Rewards program, families earn guaranteed minimum scholarships of up to a year’s tuition to consortium colleges and universities across the country.
The organization also provides access to a continuing education program for learners of all ages, educational resources for every step of the college process, and a comprehensive college search, career planning, and funding website for students and families.
The CrossState Solutions and SAGE Scholars partnership creates opportunities for member credit unions ‘to stand out from the crowd,” said Robin Brunner, Senior Vice President
Revenue & Solutions of CrossState Solutions. “Offering SAGE Scholars value-added benefits makes credit unions more appealing to both current and potential members. Tuition Rewards guaranteed scholarship benefits earn member loyalty by reinforcing each credit union’s interest in promoting the well-being of its members. Happy credit union members become staunch ambassadors.”
“Our experience with New York’s SEFCU, Philadelphia based PFCU, and New Jersey’s First Harvest Credit Union has convinced us that if promoted creatively, our Tuition Rewards program can become a huge winner for other credit union members,” said James Johnston, SAGE Scholars Founder & President. “We are looking forward to working with the folks at CrossState Solutions and their member credit unions.”