How are you paying for school?
LaToya - posted on 06/03/2009
I will be in debt up to my eye balls with all the loans I have from undergrad and grad school. I've actually been thinking about dropping Grad because of it. wasn't super smart, no military, no sports, and no special things that stick out. so no scholarships. sigh. what to do.
Dawn - posted on 05/26/2009
FFELP loans and some of it paid through employee reimbursement for education by my employer. I'll have plenty to pay on in the end because it's going to take several years to graduate because I'm only taking 3 classes at a time--I work full time in addition to raising 3 kids.
Jennifer - posted on 05/09/2009
I served in the US Army and was injured. So my school is paid 100% thru the VA. They also pay me about $1000 a month to go to school full time instead of working. Which is nice that way I can get my work done. Since my husband works and I havent worked in a year its nice to have the extra money.
Christine - posted on 05/06/2009
I have a full scholarship also, but it doesn't cover the summers or the fifth year I have to end up taking. I was hoping to take summer classes to cut down on the work load so I can spend sometime with my family. We can't pay for things out of pocket either.
Kelly - posted on 05/05/2009
I was lucky enough to recieve a full acdemic scholarship to a private college in my town through a partner ship wiht my high school. Half way through my senior year, I showed up to the luncheon held in my honor with a 3 month old in my arms :)
If you live in New Jersey, the NJ STARS and STARS II are amazing programs that pay for full tuition based on acedemics in high school.
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