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Ask an Old Lady Said,
March 3rd, 2014 @10:39 am  

Fill out the FAFSA. You may qualify for enough grant/scholarship money to help support you. Then go talk to the financial office at the school about scholarships that are available to you.

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Achelios Said,
March 3rd, 2014 @11:10 am  

go to their link:

http://www.dec.edu/pages/scholarships.html

fill out FAFSA (application for Federal Financial Aid).. you might get pell grant and/or student loan

and fill out scholarships from their links (you might find they are closed until @ January with deadline of Feb-March for academic year 2013-2014)

also go to this link & then to college board as well as everything under scholarships:
http://www.dec.edu/pages/financiallinks.html

do you currently live in PA… have you lived in PA for at least 2 years? If so, then you might qualify for state aid

…………………….. this must be a for-profit school…. I say that because their tuition is not listed anywhere on the site (that I can find)….. and, when tuition isn’t listed, that usually means EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE

how are you going to pay for this if the total for just tuition & fees is over $20,000 per year? How are you going to afford it if is $40,000 per year —- even at FAFSA maximum funding for pell grants & for student loans… you won’t even get to $20,000 — will you be able to get private student loans & even if you can get them.. how are you going to make payments later?

If you and bf have jobs where you live now & if rent where you are is affordable… then if you can find a way to afford school.. it still might be better to be a commuter student —- my bf’s school is 80 minutes one-way….. it is the only one professionally accredited in the area… moving would mean he would not have his job.. in this economy, it doesn’t make sense to give up job to move closer to school without having a job in place before moving… driving to school 2-3 days per week makes more sense than moving

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