January 2017 Newsletter
Time for FAFSA & CSS Profile!
Happy New Year!
If you have a High School senior, and you have not yet submitted the FAFSA and CSS Profile to all their colleges, do it now! Most private college deadlines are before February 15th and this year, some were as early as January 1st.
Everyone should check out our Senior Scoop article for a classic, but still relevant “… Guide to College Financial Aid, The FAFSA And CSS Profile.”
This month’s Featured Find describes the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) scholarship program for residents of western college to attend out-of-state colleges for less. Check it out for public college options.
If you are not yet sure about your college funding plan, join me on our first College Funding webinar of the year, on January 11th at 6 pm. Everyone is welcome.
We look forward to connecting with many of you throughout 2017!
Vancouver, WA 98683
Shrink West Coast College Tuition with the Western Undergraduate Exchange
It’s easy to adore the west coast, and colleges are a fundamental reason why students hold this section of the US so dearly in their hearts.
If you’re thinking, “I’m going to a college on the west coast,” with absolute certainty, you need to fund this endeavor. How?
One of the best places to start is an initiative by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education called the Western Undergraduate Exchange.
How to Survive Paying for College Workshops & Webinars
Seating may be limited – Register to ensure your spot!
Most parents are not financially prepared to enter the most expensive time period of their lives: covering their child’s college education.
Our 1-hour workshops provide steps you can take right now to assure you understand the cost of attendance and how you can afford college without jeopardizing your retirement.
- How to Survive Paying for College – Webinar
March 21st, 6pm – 7pm
2016 Guide To College Financial Aid, The FAFSA And CSS Profile
Unfortunately, almost everything you’ve read about college financial aid is probably wrong.
New rules affecting when and how students apply for financial aid will impact families and colleges over the next few years, but its not just the new information that renders a lot of what you’ve read about college aid to be wrong.
Much of the information on the internet, presented at college aid nights, in print in leading financial publications and disseminated by guidance counselors and the financial industry is either wrong to begin with, misleading or out of context.
Often part of the story is correct, but it’s only correct in the context of specific situations. It’s the reason the answer to almost all college planning questions is – it depends.
About Westface College Planning
If you are a typical parent with college bound students, you’re probably overwhelmed by all the research necessary to help your sons and daughters make the right choices and prevent overpaying for their education.
You are not alone!
Get the facts. Educate yourself to potentially save tens of thousands of dollars on a single college education. Parents of more than one child heading to college in the next few years, can save even more.
At Westface College Planning, we work with families to help you plan for and navigate the “paying for college” process. We teach you how to minimize your out-of-pocket expenses, maximize financial aid eligibility, understand the best way to navigate through the college selection process and prioritize your sources of college funds to protect your life savings!
More information at WestfaceCollegePlanning.com.
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January 2017 Newsletter – Issue #63