Rezolve Group - Rezolve Group
The Rezolve Group is an innovative technology and services company focused on college affordability. The company’s services help hundreds of thousands of students and families navigate and apply for the more than $200 billion of financial aid available to help them afford college. The company’s market-leading technologies enable nearly 600 college and university campuses nationwide to evaluate individual student eligibility for student financial aid and communicate affordability based on each student’s individual net price.
The company employs more than 300 specialists, advisors and technologists as it embraces President Obama’s goal that “America needs to help more Americans attain a higher education at an affordable price." To this end, the company helps clients learn about federal, state and institutional financial aid programs, provides sophisticated tools to calculate the cost of education, and guides clients through the process of preparing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Rezolve offers services for students, administrators, institutions and professionals, to simplify and streamline the financial aid process for all.
Rezolve believes the only factor that should determine a student’s opportunity to go to college is that student’s ability and motivation to succeed, not their financial situation. Currently, only about half of students from low-income families go to college, versus two-thirds from middle-income families, and about 80% from high-income families.
Moreover, nearly two million low-and-middle-income students do not apply for financial aid, simply due to the complexity of the system. In addition, the majority of American families have saved less than $5,000 for their child’s education. In light of these facts, the company supports a variety of programs that assist low-income students in obtaining free college planning reports, as well as assistance in preparing their FAFSA.
During the past three years, Rezolve has provided complimentary services to more than 51,000 students and parents.