College Junior 2013-12-11T23:24:41Z
I mostly am paying for school through loans, so getting that, as well as FAFSA grants wasn't much of a hassle, more of just a load of additional paperwork.
College Sophomore 2013-12-08T20:40:36Z
Like any college, you must fill out the FAFSA in order to receive financial aid. Anyone who's filled it out knows that it is extremely flawed. My mother is a single parent working two well paying jobs but has mortgages and bills that take precedent over my tuition. In other words, I'm on my own. FAFSA doesn't take that into account that parents don't give you a dime. Somehow they estimated my mother should contribute $60,000 a year which is more than half her yearly income. Because of that terrible estimate, I don't qualify for any grants and loans were scarce. I ended up having to accept three loans to cover one year.
College Freshman 2013-12-05T21:06:22Z
Grants were fairly easy to apply for, and were very useful in paying for tuition.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:22:57Z
It can seem long and tedious, but the financial process is worth it! Any help is appreciated.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:28:35Z
I do not qualify for financial aid so I have to work many hours a week to help pay my rent and bills. Which is completely unfair and it's the one thing I hate about college is that I'm not getting assistance when everyone around me is.
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