The CSS Profile is a complicated form, select colleges use to ask additional financial questions in order to award institutional dollars. In addition to FAFSA, families with students applying to one or more schools on this list of 200 colleges, will have to fill out another financial aid form called the CSS Profile.
Make sure you fill it out properly to avoid mistakes that can cost you additional money in potential institutional grants and scholarships from colleges your student is applying to.
We hosted this video with college funding professional Luanne Lee, who walks step by step through filling out the CSS Profile. By reviewing this video you’ll learn about….
- How should divorced parents complete the form. What is the non-custodial form?
- What resources to use to value your house.
- What assets should be included.
- How do we estimate what the anticipated earnings of our child will be while at school?
- What should I report for how much I think I can contribute to college?
As always, our mission is to help families understand the financial aid process and figure out ways to pay for college. We’ve priced this webinar at the same price as getting a sub/hoagie and a drink ($9.99). It’s meant to educate people on the CSS Profile to avoid costly mistakes and also give participants a chance to submit questions to a college funding professional, who would normally charge an hourly rate of $150 or more.