We’re excited to announce that Westface College Planning is a sponsor of the Redwood City Education Foundation’s Benefit for a Brighter Future 2012! As we’re committed to helping parents through the process of making the right financial choices for their college bound students, we see great value in helping students be better learners and keeping…

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When you communicate with a college, whether by formal application or emailed correspondence, you are adding to a picture of yourself. Think of each step as part of a job application. While you know it is essential that your application and essay portray you in the best light possible, email inquiries are important too. Naturally,…

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Are you planning to spend your spring break making college campus visits? Spring of junior year is a good time to check out the campuses on your short list, especially if you are considering applying for early decision. To avoid wasting time and money visiting every school on your list, do your homework first. Narrow…

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According to the College Board, in 2010 students paid for college with more than $235 billion in grants, scholarships and work-study programs, $8 billion in private student loans, and $104 billion in William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan student loans. Those numbers are only expected to rise in coming years. Most families need help covering…

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Did you see Westface College Planning’s Beatrice Schultz quoted on Bankrate.com? 7 places to find financial aid for adults Young, unmarried students who have never done military service are considered dependent students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Students older than 24 and those who are married, have completed military service or who…

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