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It's ridiculous how much these colleges are charging, I honestly think, but my kids want to go.
If you got money from the school and your kid is not an athletic, music or academic scholar...how did you do it if you are middle class? It's like they want me to sell my house and use all the equity to pay for college...again ridiculous.
I don't want to saddle my kids with $150,000 of student loans. I know a colleague who is 8 years out of college and still paying his..that's absurd. You need to be able to save for a home, for "rainy day illnesses or retirement" etc and you can't if your money is going towards old student loans.
The private scholarships that aren't tied to sports, music or academics all seem relatively small, like $500. We'd need like 25 of them to get anywhere. And it's hard if your kid hasn't done anything to "stand out".
I've got one who is still a sophomore..maybe I can do better by him if i start earlier???
Your experienced tips?
thanks8 AnswersFinancial Aid1 decade ago
and what's your reasoning...
to me, a couple of them are Central Connecticut, Albany, and George Washington...
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