What Does The Future Of College Look Like?

By Westface College Planning | August 1, 2020

In August’s newsletter, we address how COVID-19 COVID-19 has changed the college experience. Is your family willing to pay the same high price for an online college education as for an in-person college education?

Will Your Student Pay Top Dollar For Higher Education Online?

By Westface College Planning | July 10, 2020

In July’s newsletter, we discuss paying top dollar for attending higher education courses online, and what that could mean for your students future.

Universities Are Shifting Away From Standardized Testing

By Westface College Planning | July 8, 2020

Fretting over your student’s SAT/ACT score and wondering if it sizes up in the eyes of their dream college? Thanks to COVID-19, it may not factor into their chance of admission whatsoever. For past…

How To Write A College Essay That Rocks!

By Rilee Viggers | June 11, 2020

A large part of the college application process is submitting a college essay. Which is why we are sharing five tips on how to better yours!

Money Management Tips For Your Future College Student

By Westface College Planning | June 5, 2020

Important best practices for your student regarding money management that will best prepare them for college.

Does COVID-19 Make A Gap Year An Even Better Idea?

By Rilee Viggers | May 14, 2020

Taking a gap year is much talked about amongst seniors in high school and college students. However, does that mean you should take one? A gap year promotes rejuvenation of the mind and time…

Will Your Student Attend College Online?

By Rilee Viggers | May 7, 2020

Our daily lives have changed so much, we hope that you and your family are healthy and safe. This trying time has created many concerns for families, especially for high school students and college…

High School Juniors: Are You College Ready?

By Lara Dunning | April 9, 2020
A group of multi-ethnic high school juniors.

For many students, preparation for college begins in earnest at the start of the year as a high school junior. To help get yourself prepared, here are five tips to get your rising junior on…