We've spent 50+ years focused on college students, financial aid and smart financing. We built this platform because the current paying for college process is a "one-size-fits-all" approach that does not take into account your family's unique financial position. Quatromoney does.

With a little information about your credit, savings and income, Quatromoney calculates all of the options to manage 4 years of college costs in seconds. By seeing transparency on the costs upfront, you can choose the cheapest financing package, potentially saving thousands of dollars in fees and interest.* And you'll have fewer surprises in the future by choosing a set of monthly payments that fit your family's budget, both during school and after graduation.

Have children in grades K-11? We provide estimated college pricing for any year in the future . . . and the financing picture too . . . so you can start saving more and planning in advance.

*Of course we can't guarantee you'll save, but you'll have real, side-by-side estimates on eligible financing packages with cost estimates for typical repayment and cost structures.

Quatromoney Co-Founders

Pat has been innovating in higher education and student finance for 35 years. He worked with college clients at First Marblehead Corp through its IPO, and then left to co-found SimpleTuition, an award-winning consumer friendly site that has helped millions of families make sound financing choices.

He took out student loans and worked multiple jobs while an undergraduate at Cornell University and is a great example of the entrepreneurial possibilities attainable with a History degree!  

Pat oversees the strategic direction and operations of the company on a day-to-day basis.

Colleen began her career as a work-study student in the financial aid office at Claremont McKenna College and then spent countless hours talking with parents and students about college costs and financing as a financial aid administrator at institutions, including Stanford University Graduate School of Business, California Institute of Technology and Pomona College.

She has served in leadership roles and been honored by professional associations including the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), National Council of Higher Education Resources (NCHER).

Colleen guides go-to-market strategy and product development.