Financial Aid's questions - Dutch iziqna

Best answer: federal, they have set interest rates and are very low. The only potential problem is that the amount you can get from federal is limited for every academic year.

I don't know how to earn a scholarship so if I can get help on that that'll help a LOT but also if not a scholarship is there any other financial aid i can receive?

Am I a failure?

7 answers · 4 days ago
So I got a 1160 on my SAT, which isn't enough for a scholarship. This is my third time taking it but I can't f****** get the scholarship. I honestly wanna kill myself.

Best answer: No... but they can garnish your tax returns, your paycheck, and block you from obtaining professional and recreational licenses until the loans are paid.


Should I move out?

5 answers · 3 days ago
Im a Junior in college studying Cyber and Information security. I'm unemployed since right now I'm only focusing on school and my parents pay for everything for me. My parents keep telling me once I graduate they want me to continue living with them for two year until i have enough money to move out. I... show more


I am a freshman in my first semester at William Paterson University. I really wanted to dorm, but my parents refuse to support me on that since I live only 5 miles away. I’m trying to tell them that the cost of a car is much more, and if they want to get me any car worth while, that’s at least $2500 plus the... show more

Best answer: Grants, scholarships and loans.

Best answer: If you can qualify for such a loan, you can. You can also pay by credit card. But it's usually less "expensive" in terms of type of debt to do this via some type of student loan. I know you've exhausted the regular student loans, but there are some that can be used even now. Your financial aid... show more

Why would the government not release my grants and loans that I was awarded to my school? I had already completed 2 classes and was beginning my 3rd class when my school requested my funding be released. I had already signed my award letter and returned it but when they requested my funds they told me the... show more

Best answer: No. That is illegal. Your mother should contribute to the cost of your college education, and you should, too. For the rest, there are many strategies to pay for college. 1. Choose a cost-effective college/university. Just because you can get into an expensive school doesn't mean you should go there, if you... show more

I m a freshman and my college requires to pay money first even though I m still waiting for the student loan, so I have to ask my parents for the fee(I will pay them back once I get the money of student loan) And here comes the problem... I used not to ask my parents for needs(and presents, and help), asking them... show more

I am Japanese and recently interested in the economic situation of university students in US. I often hear in the Japanese news says that most of the university students in US pay all of their expense.(including tuition, living expense, and etc) of course using some student loan. but it seems almost impossible to... show more

Best answer: After you make her breakfast and clean up the kitchen, sit down with her at your computer. Get your FSA ID and password, and have Mom do the same. Then, go to FAFSA.ed.gov and file the FAFSA. YOU DO NOT NEED PAPER DOCUMENTS - your mom can use the IRS Data Transfer and have her 2017 income tax data dropped... show more

I'm already enlisted in the Army and in the DEP, I'm leaving for basics after I graduate high school and I was wondering if I should apply for FAFSA? Would it penalize me for signing up, but not taking the money?





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