5 College Planning Tips for the Upcoming School Year

The American College of Financial Services
ThinkAdvisor
July 11, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape people’s decisions on their public and private lives, many students are facing an uncertain return to college campuses in the fall. While some schools are being forced by financial need to reopen their doors, others are using combinations of online and classroom learning or going all virtual—but any of these approaches come with costs to students.

Ross Riskin, ChFC® and CFP® education program director, says student loans, work-study programs, and financial aid could be affected by these ongoing challenges. Learn how in this in-depth piece from ThinkAdvisor.

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