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

By Westface College Planning | December 8, 2020
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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
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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.

What Qualifies as Section 529 Housing Expenses During COVID-19?

By Westface College Planning | November 1, 2020

The global COVID-19 pandemic has presented us all with numerous new challenges, none more so than those facing students and parents. In many states, physical classrooms remain closed, leaving students, teachers and parents at…

It’s Time to Start Thinking About the FAFSA and CSS Profile!

By Westface College Planning | October 1, 2020

In October’s newsletter, we address how critical it is to complete the FAFSA CSS Profile application to ensure that your financial aid needs are met.

Are You Prepared for the CSS Profile?

By Rilee Viggers | October 1, 2020

The CSS Profile application is used primarily by participating colleges for non-government financial aid, such as institutional scholarships, grants and loans. The CSS Profile involves a more detailed questionnaire than the Free Application for…

Finance Your Child’s College!

By Westface College Planning | September 1, 2020

In September’s newsletter, we address the questions and concerns many parents have when sending their child off to college, especially during these unprecedented times.

Should You Appeal Your Financial Aid Award?

By Rilee Viggers | August 7, 2020

Have you been through any major changes since applying for financial aid? If your rewarded seems low, you might want to appeal it.