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No one college savings strategy is right for every family. That’s why the T. Rowe Price College Savings Plan offers a wide variety of investment choices. Take control of your college savings with our professional investment management and commitment to high quality service while paying no loads and commissions. Let us help you find the choice that’s right for you.

  • Enrollment-Based Portfolios
    You can simply choose the portfolio that corresponds most closely to the year your child expects to enter college. Each portfolio is designed by our experts and is invested in a weighted mix of T. Rowe Price mutual funds. That means you should not have to worry about constantly adjusting your investments or reevaluating your strategy every time the market changes. These portfolios are designed to give you an easy, effective way to take advantage of our experience in helping clients plan for life's key events.
  • Static Portfolios
    Each of the Static Portfolios invests in a specific asset class using T. Rowe Price mutual funds. You can choose one Static Portfolio that suits you best or spread your money out among several different portfolios. Static Portfolios are invested so that regardless of the beneficiary's age, the target asset allocations remain unchanged throughout the life of the account.

The T. Rowe Price College Savings Plan is offered by the Education Trust of Alaska. You should compare this Plan with any 529 college savings plan offered by your home state or your beneficiary's home state and consider, before investing, any state tax or other benefits that are only available for investments in the home state's plan. Please read the Plan's Disclosure Document which includes investment objectives, risks, fees, charges and expenses, and other information. You should read the Plan Disclosure Document carefully before investing. For other important legal information, please read the Plan's Privacy Policy. T. Rowe Price Investment Services, Inc., Distributor/Underwriter.

Morningstar analysts reviewed 64 plans for both its 2013 ratings (10/22/13) and 2012 ratings (10/15/12), of which 4 plans received a "Gold" rating. To determine a plan's rating, Morningstar's analysts considered five factors: the plan's strategy and investment process; the plan's risk-adjusted performance; an assessment of the individuals managing the plan's investment options; the stewardship practices of the plan's administration and parent firm; and whether the plan's investment options are a good value proposition compared to its peers. Plans were then assigned forward-looking ratings of "Gold," "Silver," "Bronze," "Neutral," and "Negative." 21 of the industry's smallest plans were not rated in 2013 and 22 were not rated in 2012.

Analyst Ratings are subjective in nature and should not be used as the sole basis for investment decisions. Analyst Ratings are based on Morningstar analysts' current expectations about future events and therefore involve unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause Morningstar's expectations not to occur or to differ significantly from what was expected. Morningstar does not represent its Analyst Ratings to be guarantees.

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