• Is there a skeleton inside of me?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Will financial aid cover the expenses on an apartment or on-campus family housing?

    Best answer: It depends on the aid. Most university-provided financial aid is for tuition. Sometimes financial aid will extend to on-campus housing. Grants and loans may be used for a broader range of college expenses. If you've been offered a financial aid package and you are not clear on how those funds are used, CALL... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the aid. Most university-provided financial aid is for tuition. Sometimes financial aid will extend to on-campus housing. Grants and loans may be used for a broader range of college expenses. If you've been offered a financial aid package and you are not clear on how those funds are used, CALL the finance office and ask them.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • WHY WONT THE BANK GIVE ME A LOAN FOR $500,000. payments are for 60 months + insurance around $8,000 a month.?

    I can use the initial loan to pay it back, make my investments and come out ahead. what's wrong with this plan, its a win, win, win?
    I can use the initial loan to pay it back, make my investments and come out ahead. what's wrong with this plan, its a win, win, win?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can I appeal my financial aid?

    My first semester of college was terrible with 3 D s and one fail. I took classes over passed them and passed all my classes with 3 b s and c and a d 2nd semester. I had a major death in my family the first week of my 2nd semester. My grandpa who has lived across the street all my life passed in front of my Mom in... show more
    My first semester of college was terrible with 3 D s and one fail. I took classes over passed them and passed all my classes with 3 b s and c and a d 2nd semester. I had a major death in my family the first week of my 2nd semester. My grandpa who has lived across the street all my life passed in front of my Mom in the winter and that really impacted me emotionally. Can I write about this in my letter and get my financial aid ?
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is the difference?

    Hello I am trying to apply for loans for college, I am trying to see which one to apply for? Parent plus loans or student loans? Are they the same or which one is better?
    Hello I am trying to apply for loans for college, I am trying to see which one to apply for? Parent plus loans or student loans? Are they the same or which one is better?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why won't the government help me with school fees?

    Best answer: They are helping you with school fees. You said they will give you $2K. It's not the government's job to pay for your higher education. From the time you were born, your family should have been saving money for your education. Form the time you could work, you should have been saving money for it, too.... show more
    Best answer: They are helping you with school fees. You said they will give you $2K. It's not the government's job to pay for your higher education. From the time you were born, your family should have been saving money for your education. Form the time you could work, you should have been saving money for it, too. Apparently that did not happen. Now it's time for you to go to school and there is no money saved. You have some choices. You can work and save some money and go to school later. Maybe you can go to community college part-time and work part-time. You can earn an academic transfer degree and then go to a state-funded university where the $2K you will get from FAFSA will go further, and if you have to take out loans, you won't have to take out as many loans. Another option is to join the military, learn some skills and earn some educational benefits that you can use once you leave the service.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can my son have his 18k in student loans forgiven if he is autistic and unable to get a job?

    Best answer: It depends on the terms of the loan. For federal student loans (i.e. Direct Stafford loans, the most common kind), loans are not forgiven simply because the student is unable to find employment (this is clearly stated in the loan documents that the student signs). There is a disability discharge, but your son... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the terms of the loan. For federal student loans (i.e. Direct Stafford loans, the most common kind), loans are not forgiven simply because the student is unable to find employment (this is clearly stated in the loan documents that the student signs). There is a disability discharge, but your son would only be eligible for it if he did not have the disability at the time he signed for the loan, or if he was able to work at the time but his condition has since worsened and he is no longer able to work full time at any type of gainful employment. Since he was apparently able to perform college level studies, that might be hard to prove unless you can document a significant change in his abilities. If he is not eligible for a discharge, and he is unable to find work, there are a number of repayment options, including forbearance and deferment, which would enable him to postpone payments, income based repayment plans with payments as low as $1 per month, and other types of forgiveness programs (such as Public Service Forgiveness). You can find full information about disability discharge and repayment options at www.studentloans.gov You can also get information and assistance from the servicer of the loans.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I sue Navient?

    They let me take out $120,000 in student loans for an English degree. This is not a joke. My parents are stupid and told me that it was normal. I was also psychotic at the time--I'm bipolar--and despite suffering a nervous breakdown at school, my parents forced me to continue college. I had no idea what to do,... show more
    They let me take out $120,000 in student loans for an English degree. This is not a joke. My parents are stupid and told me that it was normal. I was also psychotic at the time--I'm bipolar--and despite suffering a nervous breakdown at school, my parents forced me to continue college. I had no idea what to do, so I chose the easiest major, that being English. I am now so in debt for such a worthless degree that at almost 30-years-old, I am a loser and a secretary who lives at home. No woman will ever love me and I will never be free from this hell. What advice do you have for me? I am probably handicapped, but they never figured it out. I should not have been able to take out that amount of loans for such a worthless degree. My debt to income ratio cannot be overcome now.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where do I go to get benefits for being native ?

    My grandpa was half Native, & I m looking for benefits so I can get grants for college. I am Black Foot, Blue eyed Indian , and Oglala Sioux . I might have Cherokee as well
    My grandpa was half Native, & I m looking for benefits so I can get grants for college. I am Black Foot, Blue eyed Indian , and Oglala Sioux . I might have Cherokee as well
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How old does she look?

    How old does she look?

    Best answer: 18
    Best answer: 18
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • If you get a scholarship or grant out of high school, can you hold it or reserve it for a 4-year college while you go to a community college?

    Basically if I get a grant or scholarship out of high school, can I reserve it while I go to a two year community college? After two years at community college I'm going to transfer to the last two years of a 4-year public college. So when I transfer, can I use a scholarship I got out of high school for the... show more
    Basically if I get a grant or scholarship out of high school, can I reserve it while I go to a two year community college? After two years at community college I'm going to transfer to the last two years of a 4-year public college. So when I transfer, can I use a scholarship I got out of high school for the last two years in a 4-year public college?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where can I find an uncertified student loan?

    I have huge expenses that interfere with my attendance, such as a new computer, housing, food, books, etc. I want to borrow 20k for this semester and the Fall 2017 semester and I'll need it now. It can't be sent to my school for approval or else they will reduce the loan by their estimated cost of... show more
    I have huge expenses that interfere with my attendance, such as a new computer, housing, food, books, etc. I want to borrow 20k for this semester and the Fall 2017 semester and I'll need it now. It can't be sent to my school for approval or else they will reduce the loan by their estimated cost of attendance. Do banks offer this? I have no credit history.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • If a person has enough credits to graduate a year early in high school, are they still eligible for scholarships?

    Best answer: Yes. There are scholarships for students in your predicament as well
    Best answer: Yes. There are scholarships for students in your predicament as well
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • College questions?

    My son got into great college but after scholarships I will still owe about 35000 per year. I'm a single mom and don't know how to make this work for him any ideas? Also in state is not an option because since he did not apply, its to late to apply for this upcoming year.
    My son got into great college but after scholarships I will still owe about 35000 per year. I'm a single mom and don't know how to make this work for him any ideas? Also in state is not an option because since he did not apply, its to late to apply for this upcoming year.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is collateral loan?

    Best answer: I had a CD and I would borrow on it for my vehicles. The CD was collateral. The CD paid 4% and I paid 6% on the loan so the loan was really only 2%, the difference. Actually not that simple as the interests were calculated different but close enough. When the loan was paid I still had the CD for the next... show more
    Best answer: I had a CD and I would borrow on it for my vehicles. The CD was collateral. The CD paid 4% and I paid 6% on the loan so the loan was really only 2%, the difference. Actually not that simple as the interests were calculated different but close enough. When the loan was paid I still had the CD for the next vehicle loan. The other advantage is if I couldn't make payments because of some problem I was not as much in the hole as I would be with a straight loan.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago