OpinionCenter.li   Random page
Update this page |
Financial aid

submit to reddit


CKJ411 Another @BarackObama promise kept on Student Loans http://t.co/NqMfb7st

VictorPlush Well, she's all right now, so let's take care of our issues. The first is about financial aid for students.

miss_shavontae @TinaLongLegs lol. school is going well. im getting financial aid, i mean.. good grades so im happy haha

AmbitiousMOOKIE I just hope I get my credits so I can get more financial aid next year.

KimPooSu @SenorChun its expensive OTL all my financial aid doesnt cover it T____T

Animaggie Save federal funding for student financial aid now! Luc.edu/savestudentaid

ItzCeeCee I blame financial aid to be honest

tabletopics88 Commencement, financial aid among topics at University Senate meeting: When the Public Affairs Committee brought... http://t.co/oEzVo9T0

dot50Kal Yoooo PCC. Financial aid check came today.

EnireDotCom Private Education Loans http://t.co/uazxCNFb

mANYAnaaa this financial aid test is the death of me

MerHanley RT @LuminaFound: @jamieindy's take on addressing challenges of #college and #highered affordability in @nationaljournal http://t.co/ZKNJmSf6

zeeamazing Yeee ! Finally got my financial aid money ! Another $700 in my bank ; )

Slippergirl2U @kishaamarillo financial aid my friend..go find out about..most likely have to bring your taxes so they can see your income.


How does financial aid as a visiting student work? by NasaPasa Q: I'm applying to be a visiting student at Columbia, and, assuming I get accepted, will the financial aid at my current university cover the cost at Columbia? On the Columbia website, it says that financial aid goes through your home university, so I'm looking for anyone who has some experience/knowledge about this. I have a full-ride at my home university, so I'm basically wanting to know if that can be used to pay for Columbia (?). Thanks!

A: You should talk with the financial aid office at your home school. It all depends on whether the scholarship at your home school is transferable for a semester somewhere else. If not, you may be able to receive federal aid through your home school's financial aid office if you have filed a FAFSA.

How does financial aid work if you are married? by reba Q: I am thinking about going to dental school for 4 years after college, but I will be getting married in between. My future husband will also be in school, getting his master's, for 2 years. I am very worried about what our financial aid will be, since I will have college loans to pay off (I can borrow from parents). Dental school will be all on my own, though. Any idea what our financial aid will be like? Better or worse?

A: Here is a scenario: Say you are getting married March 2007 and want to apply fro financial Jan 2007. You can file your fafsa as a single person because the fafsa requires you to stipulate what your income, household status, at this point. Once you get married then you will need to report that on Jan 2008. Now, if you are considered a dependent student, meaning, you are below the age of 24, have no children, not a vet, not going to grad school; you will need your parents information to file the fafsa. If you are considered an independent student, then you will file your own taxes. Financial aid award will be determined on household income, people in the household, etc. The bad thing about financial aid is that you must maintain a good academic progress. Good thing you will get financial aid to pay for classes.

How do I get financial aid for my son if I also get financial aid? by Pinky Q: What affects will my financial aid need have on his financial aid? This is for College.

A: You both will still have to complete the FAFSA separately. Your FAFSA will just contain your income and tax information/savings, while your son's FAFSA will contain yours and his. So, his EFC will most likely be different than yours. You both will be answering a couple of questions the same: how many in the household and of those how many attending college. You can get a rough idea of what the EFC for both of you will be by using this calculator: http://www.finaid.org/calculators/quickefc.phtml The financial aid you both may receive will be different if you both are attending different schools. Schools use the COA (Cost of Attendance) in conjunction with the EFC to determine a student's financial aid. So the need may be different. No one here can really tell you for sure since it depends on what the COA is. Talk to a financial aid officer at your school and/or the school your son is/will be attending for more information. Good luck!

How much financial aid would I be able to get from the school? by AntiHero Q: I'm changing my financial aid status from living at home to off campus housing. I already have federal work study and getting financial aid from the school. Would my financial aid increase or decrease? Let me know. Thank you.

How much financial aid can you borrow up to before you can be denied any more? by huntspointxxx Q: I owe almost $3500 in financial aid? I am thinking of applying to another college, but I am worried that I won't get any financial aid since I already owe. Eventually, I will pay back my financial aid, but I was wondering is there a limit to the amount of financial aid you can receive?

A: Yes, there are limits on the amounts you can borrow per year and the amounts you can borrow in your lifetime. I'm attaching a Dept of Education publication. Look in the back. They depend on if you are considered independent or dependent student.

Financial AID??!!? by Traveling girl Q: im going to get financial aid for a community college. i dont work, and im getting like $4,000 dollars for my whole tuition. :D im happy about that. but... do i have to pay that money back to the goverment? thanks in advance!! :)

A: it depends...is this a grant, a loan, what? a grant can be paid back if you fail to pass your classes or complete the semester. Loan definitely needs to be paid back, scholarship is similar to a grant.


A: This is the amount you can earn through an on-campus job, that can either be applied to your bill or kept by you. Federal Work-Study is a grant program from the federal government that reimburses schools for money spent employing certain student workers for teh purpose of helping them pay for their education. When I was in school, the cap was $1500 per semester. The money is paid through the payroll system of the university and if you need to apply it to your bill, you can cash it and go pay your tuition bill.

Financial aid? by C.P. Q: Does financial aid cover the cost of living in the dorm? Im planning to apply for college in CA.

A: You apply for the entire cost....If you (EFC) your estimated family contribution is less than $4,000 considering the cost of Colleges in Central America, you should cover everything. If I were you, and have contacts at that institution I called them and ask first for their advice and previous experiences with international students, Be sure they will help. Good Luck

Financial Aid? by CD Q: Im not poor, but Im not rich either; middle class. My dads a police sargaent and my moms a teacher. Ive had a 3.2 average through high school, and have a good amount of activities, how much financial aid do you think I could get, and what kind? My parents have a college fund and has a little over 20,000, but im planning on going to seminary school after I get my BA.

A: It's hard to say how much help you can get. Fill out a fafsa at www.fafsa.ed.gov It will determine how much financial aid you qualify for.

financial aid? by memeA Q: Is anyone able to answer this question or had similar experiences? 18 years ago I was in default on a student loan I did make arrangements and paid the loan back. I was wondering will this bar me from receiving financial aid now I am planning to attend classes for a degree. I have completed my FASA and am eligle for aid but I am afraid because of my bad choices years ago they will deny me. Is this possible?

A: I believe as long as you paid the loan back and got it pulled out of default, you should be OK to receive financial aid now. Here is what the FAFSA website says: Who is eligible to receive Federal Student Aid? To be eligible to receive federal student aid, you must meet certain requirements. You must: * Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen * Have a valid Social Security number (unless you're from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, or the Republic of Palau) * Comply with Selective Service registration, if required (see www.sss.gov for more information) * Have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate or pass an approved ability-to-benefit (ATB) test * Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program at a school that participates in the federal student aid programs Also: * You must not owe a refund on a federal grant or be in default on a federal student loan * You must have financial need (except for unsubsidized Stafford Loans) * You must not have certain drug convictions

Financial Aid Basics I Go to College for the Financial Aid (Original Song) Applying for Financial Aid Financial Aid 101 What is financial aid? Financial Aid : What Are Some Frequently Asked Questions About Financial Aid? Siena College Financial Aid Financial Aid - Spanish Odonnells Financial aid: the university insider's guide JMU FY 10: Financial Aid I Go to College for the Financial Aid FastWeb Insider Secrets: FAFSA College Financial Aid Secrets Panel Discussion: Admissions Process and Financial Aid for Graduate School (Part 1) Financial Aid : What Are EFC Codes? Student Loans & Financial Aid - Student Loan Xpress MU Financial Aid - Work Study Financial Aid : How to Apply for Financial Aid FTCAP and Financial Aid for First-Year Penn State Students and their Families Financial Aid Tepper School Financial Aid Q&A Howard Students Protest Financial Aid Building on 'First Friday' Tips on College Financial Aid and Admissions Making Sense of Financial Aid Homeboy's Financial Aid Program College Financial Aid and Admissions by ePrep.com I Go to College for the Financial Aid (LIVE!!@) Undergrads - Episode 9 Financial Aid (Part 1 of 2) Financial Aid Q&A Why Everyone Should Apply for Financial Aid FastWeb Insider Secrets: Financial Aid Myths Financial Aid For Unemployed Parents DVC Financial Aid Orientation (Part 1 of 2) Financial Aid Drama at Berkeley City College part 2 10 Ways To Screw Up Financial Aid and How to Avoid Them Wellesley College Admission Video - Financial Aid Financial Aid Undergrads - Episode 9 Financial Aid (Part 2 of 2) dormtainment-fuck financial aid Financial Aid HQ Undergrads Season 1 Episode 9 Financial Aid Part 1 Original Air Date—7/6/2001 'Financial Aid' Plenary Session | CGI U 2011 What happens after I fill out the financial aid form? College Made Simple - How To Get More Financial Aid For College How I Got into Harvard with Full Financial Aid, Presentation by Ana Angelovska, Student from NOVA High School, April 29, 2010 LMU Undergraduate Financial Aid Video 2008 - 2009 How Duke Does Aid GS Financial Aid - Flat rate tuition? Financial Aid FREE FAFSA help website tutorial video.avi
© OpinionCenter.li - Privacy Policy - Terms of Service - Help & Contact Last update : 2016-05-01 05:46:42