College: A six-figure purchase decision driven by teenagers.

By Westface College Planning | March 1, 2021

Guest blogger Beth Walker is the founder of Center for College Solutions and author of Never Pay Retail For College. What could possibly go wrong? Throw in a pandemic, parental income insecurity, differing standards regarding “safe” protocols…

The FAFSA Is Changing For 2023-24

By Westface College Planning | February 8, 2021

New changes are coming to the FAFSA in July 2023. Although the new FAFSA won’t be available until October 2022, it’s time to take a look at how those changes may affect you.

What Do You Need To Know About FAFSA For 2023-2024?

By Westface College Planning | February 1, 2021

A two-year lookback at income for financial aid eligibility may make the process daunting. Our advice hasn’t changed: Plan your college funding now!

Start Your College Planning Now For 2022!

By Westface College Planning | January 8, 2021

With the two-year lookback for FAFSA and CSS Profile, now’s the time to get your college funding plan in order!

Is Test Optional an Option for the Class of 2022?

By Westface College Planning | January 1, 2021

Here’s a short explanation from that offering where we explain why the class of 2022 and beyond won’t be able to count on this option at a great number of schools.

Now Is The Time For End-Of-Year College Planning!

By Westface College Planning | December 8, 2020
Computer keyboard with Goodbye 2020 key

With the two-year lookback for FAFSA and CSS Profile, now’s the time to get your college funding plan in order!

Financial Aid Optimization For Your High School Sophomore Starts In 2020!

By Westface College Planning | December 1, 2020
FAFSA, financial aid, college funding plan

A two-year lookback at income for financial aid eligibility may make the process daunting. Our advice hasn’t changed: Plan your college funding now!

Be In The Know! 529 Plans and COVID-19

By Westface College Planning | November 10, 2020

Have questions about how COVID-19 has affected 529 plans? In November’s newsletter, we offer some answers about what housing expenses are still covered.