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One of the first steps to choosing the right college should be applying for student financial aid. Many people believe that school is much more expensive than it actually is. Although some schools are expensive, there is most likely a school near you that will accept federal student financial aid and meet your financial standards. You should know that not every distance learning course or online degree is accredited and/or eligible for federal student aid. To find out whether you can receive federal student aid for your program, check with your school's financial aid department. For more information about distance learning, click here.

Question: What do I do about my current college situation?

Im female, majoring in computer science. My father died when I was 7. Last year my mom showed up to work one day and they told her to go home because she no longer had a job. She got one 5 months later. This was my freshman year of college, when we had go buy visa gift cards with Paypal credit in order to pay my tuition. A year after that she had to quit to take care of her dying father, my grandpa, and pay some of his medical bills after his heart surgery. He passed away two months ago. She got another job in January, though. She makes 42,000 a year. I can't land myself a job even though I've been applying to everything I could possibly qualify for. 18 hours next semester for me is going to be $4,498 not including facilities, fees, books, etc. And thats just for one semester! I'm getting $1,170 in grant money which is divided in half and spread over two semesters. And I'm getting $6,500 in loans which is spread across fall and spring as well. This means if I take 18 hours both semesters, it will cost $8,996 which is ONLY classes. My total fafsa gives me $7,670 for the whole year. I'm still expected to pay $1,326 or more because I'm not even including all the fees or book costs. My college does not offer need-based scholarships. And apparently I didn't get the scholarship for 17-18 even though I was one of the first to apply to it and wrote all the essays for it and everything (it is competition based). All this has given me depression, I have no idea what to do.
Posted on April 24, 2017 at 01:49 AM

Question: Should I become an egg donor?

So I will be graduating from college in a few weeks and I will have quite a few student loans to pay off (my dad said I could be paying off for up to 10 years). I want to be able to go back for my Master's degree, get my own place, etc. but I'm still afraid I won't have enough money even when I get a full time job. On Facebook I have read some ads about becoming an egg donor. The pay looks great (almost $8,000 here in New Jersey). I read through the steps of the process and while it sounds good, it still kinda worries me about risks, if any. I've never smoked, but I am on birth control and medications for a seizure disorder. Does anyone think it's a good or bad idea? And if you know any pros and cons?
Posted on April 24, 2017 at 12:46 AM

Question: Question on grad school loans ?

I have a question on finical aid for grad school. I graduated from undergrad with a business degree 1 year ago and currently work for a great company in the marketing department. One of the benefits is tuition assistance for continuing education. During my undergrad, my family has paid my tuition which has been a blessing. I live on my own and my current job does not pay enough for me to save money. I want to get my MBA for a better position in my company. I have already taken the GMAT. How it works is that I show my company my grades and the bill for the course and they pay (taxed) through my pay check. I want to take out loans to pay for my school and use the money from my job to pay for the loans while I am at school. I will be taking grad school part time. I was wondering I can use left over money from my loans to pay a few bills until I get back on my feet? I have never taken out a loan. I have a good credit score as well. Thanks!
Posted on April 23, 2017 at 08:11 PM

Question: Why wont student loan forgiveness forgive my loan?

My loan is only 4K and they said it s not enough to be forgiven. I find that pretty stupid the lower the loan I think the better actually. They rather forgive 20k and not 4K. I just don t know why my loan isn t as important as someone with 20k I don t want to pay the 4K back just as much as the person with the 20k
Posted on April 23, 2017 at 10:54 AM

Question: Is it normal to get financial aid a month before school starts?

I don't start college until the end of May, but I am receiving my aid right now. I can't even register for my classes until the 11th of May. Is this normal? Sorry if this is a stupid question. I'm a first time college student.
Posted on April 22, 2017 at 08:23 PM

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