Financial Aid's questions - Polish iziqna

Student loan co-signer question?

5 answers · 1 day ago
I’ve done community college for a year and a half after this coming fall. I’m trying to transfer to a four year college in the spring. I’m going to have to take out a student loan with my parents co signing i would take out a loan for two years 49,000 total but 24,000 per year. My parents credit score isn’t bad... show more

I am a recent graduate from Stanford and have racked up the said amount. I am very stressed out about this because I know I'm probably never going to pay this back. Yes I know it's a ridiculous amount of student debt, but I can't give you a good reason why it's so high other than I was stupid with... show more

Best answer: No. Federal regulations require that the student have a high school diploma or the equivalent in order to be eligible for aid, but whether you have a diploma or some other type of credential (such as a GED) does not affect the amount of aid you receive in any way.

Best answer: It depends.

I am a college student and live on my own and i work part time and make only 28,000 a year or even less sometimes .. I tried to apply for medicaid but they said i make too much to be eligible and thus I do not have any insurance . If i apply for private health insurance will i get it cheaper based on my income or... show more

I'm going to a University away from the home my parents live (living with 5 other roommates). My parents don't support me financially. I have no source of income and plan on paying for school via financial aid and Student Loans. I'm currently 19 years old and in the past, (when I was in community... show more

So I graduated from high school and got a full ride scholarship to a community college based on my high school gpa. The scholarship is a last dollar scholarship meaning whatever financial aid doesn’t cover the scholarship would pay for the remainder of tuition and books. I’m at the Fafsa verification process which... show more

Best answer: How many scholarships have you applied for? There are hundreds. Keep applying to more and more every day until you get all the money you need. Go here to see all scholarships:

College Loan issues.?

5 answers · 1 week ago
So, I have an outstanding debt of 2100 dollars with my old college, it is not loan debt, I ve been paying it off over a couple years so I can re attend and finish my degree. However, I cannot apply for Financial aid to cover it, or FAFSA because I have to be enrolled. Is there a way to overcome this so I can attend... show more

Long story short, I completed my first year and a half of college nine years ago. After that I decided to take some time off, which ended up being almost nine years. I had taken out two loans for the first go (I believe one was the Stafford). After being out of school, my student loan provider started collecting... show more

My boyfriend and I will be moving to another state with his parents soon and I plan to attend college there. My parents have never lived there, will I be able to get in-state tuition or do my parents have to live there too?

Best answer: We make a lot more than 70,000 Annually. Amd my kids got government student loans and finanacial aid. So you work for a year. How much can you make. You need to go four years. So four years of tuiton, fees, and books. One year off isn’t going to pay for all that. It is unfortunate that most students do need to... show more

Best answer: NCAA rules state that scholarship athletes can't work while their sport is in season. You can work in the summer, but you need to get permission from both the NCAA and from your school before you do so.

Best answer: Yes, . you can become graduate teaching assistant or research assistant, but the source of your wages can be from both the federal government finding the University OR college OR from grants to SPECIFIC faculty members a that are on your thesis committee. or... show more

Is FAFSA still free at age 24?

6 answers · 1 month ago
I read somewhere that it's limited to age/or cant get financial aid when 24 is that true? What does this mean exactly? "Undergraduate students who are under age 24 as of December 31 of the award year are considered to be dependent for federal student aid purposes unless they are married, have dependents... show more

Best answer: Very few people are successful without working hard, but it depends on what you work hard at. Someone who breaks rocks in the hot sun all day for 50 years definitely could say he worked hard, but if breaking rocks is all he ever does, he's never going to be anything but tired and poor. It's not so much... show more