Welcome to Quatromoney - Pay Less for College

Manage college costs and the funding gap in minutes

Compare college financial aid packages side-by-side

Find the best way to pay using federal student loans, private student loans & parent loans

The COVID-19 safety concerns & economic conditions are affecting many families and impacting their ability to pay, forcing potential changes in college choice. Our free platform at Quatromoney can help you measure these effects and demonstrate upfront what the financing costs will be for you and your children during and after college. We hope it can help you, too.  Thanks, Patrick & Colleen

First, we help you assess your financial capabilities

​See the power of your savings and cash and how both can help you reduce your financial aid borrowing needs.
See detailed financing options side-by-side

Then, we show you detailed financing options side-by-side ​

Compare detailed loan calculations in a single view for both parent and student financing based on your self-reported credit profile. Making the right choice can literally save thousands in costs!

Finally, we give you comprehensive instructions on next steps

Download step-by-step instructions on how to complete the tasks that will get all of your financial aid including financing (or savings) in order.

 

What a useful tool!

We were able to estimate the monthly costs and get a better handle on his choices so that our family could have a meaningful kitchen table conversation.
Parent of Macalester College student,
Class of 2023
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