• Do the army pay off your student loan?

    I'm gonna go college in this fall semester and after the fall semester, I will be scheduled for the boot camp. But then do they pay back my financial aid for the college?
    I'm gonna go college in this fall semester and after the fall semester, I will be scheduled for the boot camp. But then do they pay back my financial aid for the college?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can you apply for a scholarship now but use it for the spring semester 2019 (freshmen)?

    Best answer: Can you apply for a scholarship now but use it for the spring semester 2019 (freshmen)?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    Best answer: Can you apply for a scholarship now but use it for the spring semester 2019 (freshmen)?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would you support school vouchers under the following conditions?

    Best answer: I don't have a problem with #2 and #3, but MOST schools rely on fees and sponsors or student contributions to support extracurricular activities like sports or student trips. Vouchers are for basic education. If the student wants to participate in outside activities he/she should still pay a share of the... show more
    Best answer: I don't have a problem with #2 and #3, but MOST schools rely on fees and sponsors or student contributions to support extracurricular activities like sports or student trips. Vouchers are for basic education. If the student wants to participate in outside activities he/she should still pay a share of the extra expense.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Paying for College?

    I currently live in Virginia but want to move to another state. If I moved to Alabama and attended a community college would I have to pay out of state tuition if I haven't lived there a year?
    I currently live in Virginia but want to move to another state. If I moved to Alabama and attended a community college would I have to pay out of state tuition if I haven't lived there a year?
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • What's a pp?

    Best answer: A píss....urination.
    Best answer: A píss....urination.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Pell Grant repay?

    So today, I received an email from my Fincial Aid at Fresno City college regarding a repayment for Pell Grant with the amount of $1480. The reason I don’t get is because it says “You had over 90 college units”. I went to State for 2 semesters in 2015 but I failed so I left and went to City for 2016 up until now.... show more
    So today, I received an email from my Fincial Aid at Fresno City college regarding a repayment for Pell Grant with the amount of $1480. The reason I don’t get is because it says “You had over 90 college units”. I went to State for 2 semesters in 2015 but I failed so I left and went to City for 2016 up until now. What should I do? Do I have to pay back? because I don’t have the funds atm to do so. I still need to register for Fall semester.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do people choose low paying majors/jobs when they know that they won't be able to afford to live on their own with the wages paid?

    I notice that many college kids, tend to choose unmarketable majors and low paying career fields without considering cost of living expenses after they graduate college. In most areas in my city, rent for a 1 Bedroom apartment is 1300$, that means you need to make ~$4k a month to qualify for a lease to live there.... show more
    I notice that many college kids, tend to choose unmarketable majors and low paying career fields without considering cost of living expenses after they graduate college. In most areas in my city, rent for a 1 Bedroom apartment is 1300$, that means you need to make ~$4k a month to qualify for a lease to live there. Just for a 1 BR! Yet most 22 year olds who majored in psychology or gender studies work at mcdonalds or as a waitress making $1k a month... poor decision making if you ask me. They will fight back saying that it's better to follow your dreams studying something you love! *rolls eyes* you work at starbucks, you aren't following your dreams...you can't even afford to pay rent or survive on your own without finding a sugar daddy.... hardly the dream life
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • How can I pay for my own health insurance?

    Long story short, I just turned 18 and my parents CAN pay for it, but they won t. They are divorced and too immature to handle financial responsibility regarding my sister and I since they can t seem to talk to one another and make an agreement they can stick to. I m leaving to college in a couple months so I m a... show more
    Long story short, I just turned 18 and my parents CAN pay for it, but they won t. They are divorced and too immature to handle financial responsibility regarding my sister and I since they can t seem to talk to one another and make an agreement they can stick to. I m leaving to college in a couple months so I m a bit worried as I need healthcare while I m at school. How can I pay for this? I didn t qualify for financial aid this year because both of their incomes are too high. Which is a bummer, because they also are having trouble making an agreement to pay for my college. Each wants the "other" to do it. And then nothing gets done. And don t tell me I need to make them change or listen or listen to reason because they both won t hear it. How can I support myself? I started working at Ralphs but that is not enough to pay for insurance. I m worried because I m an "adult" now but I am not financially stable enough to take care of myself, and I need a lot of money to take care of all of this. What do I do? I just want to go to college and get an education.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Can I submit a late admissions deposit and still go to this college?

    I was accepted into University of South Florida. Yesterday May 1st was the deadline for the admissions deposit. My family being low income was not able to pay the $200 dollar fee, but this fee was supposed to be waived by financial aid because my EFC from FAFSA was $0000. The problem was that I had to turn in proof... show more
    I was accepted into University of South Florida. Yesterday May 1st was the deadline for the admissions deposit. My family being low income was not able to pay the $200 dollar fee, but this fee was supposed to be waived by financial aid because my EFC from FAFSA was $0000. The problem was that I had to turn in proof of my residence in the U.S in order to complete my financial aid package. So I had to order a new green card because mine had been lost, this took months and I received it today, I went to the University and gave them the rest of my documents and they said that they would look at my financial aid package and give me my reward within two weeks. My question is can I still go to the college because I had no choice in the matter in case of the admissions deposit? Im so scared..
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do you receive your student accommodation money if you live at home?

    One of my friends is going to uni but she will live at home, and she told me that she will receive £7000 for student accommodation tho, which she will spend on parties and clothes. I think it’s u fair that she will receive free money which she will spend on clothes, even tho she will live at home. So I’m asking if... show more
    One of my friends is going to uni but she will live at home, and she told me that she will receive £7000 for student accommodation tho, which she will spend on parties and clothes. I think it’s u fair that she will receive free money which she will spend on clothes, even tho she will live at home. So I’m asking if it’s possible to get money while ur still living at home, and if it’s illegal to spend it on anything other than uni, as this money is received from taxes that people like me pay...
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Should I pay more towards my student loans or put more money into savings so that I can save up to buy a house in two years?

    My fiancé and I plan on buying a house in 2-3 years. I have 50k in student loans (I already paid back 10) and a higher paying job. My fiancé has no student loans but has a lower paying job. Ideally, we would contribute an equal amount of savings into the buy a house fund but I am not sure if it would be more... show more
    My fiancé and I plan on buying a house in 2-3 years. I have 50k in student loans (I already paid back 10) and a higher paying job. My fiancé has no student loans but has a lower paying job. Ideally, we would contribute an equal amount of savings into the buy a house fund but I am not sure if it would be more beneficial for me to pay off more student loans now or put more money into the house fund so that we can buy a house sooner.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Hello, I was just wondering what it takes for kids to get enrolled at public and private schools in the US and Canada. Tuition fees, pls?

    Best answer: US. Public school is free to children. There is no tuition. There are some cost. Registration for school at the start of each year can be $50-$150. Being in a sport can have a fee. A few school may charge for text books. There are field trips and other minor fees thourghout the year. Private school tuiton rates... show more
    Best answer: US.
    Public school is free to children. There is no tuition. There are some cost. Registration for school at the start of each year can be $50-$150. Being in a sport can have a fee. A few school may charge for text books. There are field trips and other minor fees thourghout the year.

    Private school tuiton rates vary greatly, Many private school are religious based. Members of the church can have a lower tuiton cost. There is always help for church families that are low income.
    I live in a well populated area. There are few non religious private schools in the area. I can find only a couple within a reasonable drive from my home. Tuiton at Elgin Academy is $26,820 per year for high school.
    There are even fewer boarding schools in the USA. Many are for the elite, student with parents who are upper income brackets- rich. One boarding school, about 40 miles from me ( just outside of a major city). changes $44,400 per year for day school and $59,400 per year for boarding students.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • How do I get this document?

    Hello, my college is requesting a form that proves my grandmother is my legal guardian as I listed on my FAFSA that someone other than my biological parents is my legal guardian. My grandma has had custody of me since 2005 but we have no documents stating that as it has been so long ago. How do I get a hold of... show more
    Hello, my college is requesting a form that proves my grandmother is my legal guardian as I listed on my FAFSA that someone other than my biological parents is my legal guardian. My grandma has had custody of me since 2005 but we have no documents stating that as it has been so long ago. How do I get a hold of these documents that proves she is my guardian? Without this document, they cannot process my financial aid. Thank you for your help!
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • I graduated not even two years after OSAP introduced "Free Tuition"... Is there anything that can be done to help me? I'm almost 30k in debt?

    I've paid of almost 15k, but still.... is there any kind of grace period that would make it possible for me to apply for the grants? I did the estimation calculator not their website and I would have received 9k a year in grants... instead I got less than 4k total for all four years of my... show more
    I've paid of almost 15k, but still.... is there any kind of grace period that would make it possible for me to apply for the grants? I did the estimation calculator not their website and I would have received 9k a year in grants... instead I got less than 4k total for all four years of my undergrad... I'll be in debt until I'm in my 30's because I was born a few years earlier than I should have been...
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Student loans? What are they? Is that what I need?

    Best answer: It may be what you need, but they don't work that fast. A student loan is simply a loan to a student for their expenses. to qualify for such a loan, there is a long process where you have to submit your financial information and wait to see if you qualify and for how much. A personal loan or line of... show more
    Best answer: It may be what you need, but they don't work that fast. A student loan is simply a loan to a student for their expenses. to qualify for such a loan, there is a long process where you have to submit your financial information and wait to see if you qualify and for how much.

    A personal loan or line of credit is much faster but is also dependent on a bank seeing you as a good financial risk.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What happens to financial aid if you decide not to attend the school?

    I got accepted and approved for financial aid but no longer plan to start school at that time.
    I got accepted and approved for financial aid but no longer plan to start school at that time.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • An i pay college tuition without tax?

    4 answers · 2 months ago