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Parent Category: College Tuition and Fees
Student loans, scholarships and grants oh my! Financing a college education can be both hectic and confusing at times. Find out the answers to your college financing questions here.
Answer Not much. Your high school GPA is very important, but your freshman year is probably the least important. If your grades were bad that year, but improved, write a separate note to the school explaining why that happened and why that means they should accept you Answer Most colleges won…
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There are a lot of companies that will pay for you to go to school, mostly larger companies. Independence Blue Cross will pay for any degree you want, Aetna will reimburse most of your tuition as well. Typically companies will pay for your career advancement considering you're already in an accounti…
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Answer You can find money for college through a variety of resources. The key is to spend the time investigating all the options available. You can apply for student loans, student scholarships, and grants. Plus, most schools have a financial aid program. Also check with your employer if you work f…
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I retained a divorce lawyer (without any kind of money) and it went on for 2 years and some lawyers won't charge you until the case is settled. I finally took the bull by the horns, went to my lawyer and told him to get off his butt! I wasn't happy with the slow pace in which my lawyer was dealing w…
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There are no standard tuition and fee rates for colleges and universities. Each institution will have rates particular to itself. There are a number of variables to consider to include whether the institution is public or private, the geographical location, the specific program of study (some of whi…
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Hey , I had the same problem as you with student loans but if you call this number: 800-435-7042 they can help you, they'll answer any questions you have.
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Help to Attend College It's you that is going to school, not your mom. So you need to go to the financial aid office of any college you are thinking of going to and tell them there is no help forthcoming from your family. There are plenty of grants and loans, some of which never even need to be pai…
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Scholarships, federal grants, and on-campus jobs like becoming an RA can help chip away at the perpetually increasing cost to go to college.
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You can move out at 18. But that sort of depends upon what you and your parents agree to. They might agree to pay for college if you live at home. They are under no obligation to put you through college.
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Yes. A better educated populace benefits the economy and improves a country's global standing. The cost would be deflected, so that young people wouldn't graduate college drowning in student loans with impossibly high interest rates.
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Answer you can do: - babystitting -house cleaning (for only people you know) - yard work - chores - walking dogs - lemonaid stand - selling things - acter - red cross (don't get paid) I hope that helps! The only problem of that is that children can only work after school and on weekend…
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Answer If the divorce decree is from the State of Arizona, the answer is NO. He will not be required to continue to pay child support once your daughter turns 18 or until she graduates from high school, but not past the age of 19, UNLESS your divorce decree specifies that child support is to cont…
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They pay for you only when your in college but after that you had to pay
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In most cases, the non-custodial parent has to pay half or more of the college expenses, unless it was stated in the divorce decree that college would not be paid for. I know, because I am the custodial parent and my ex was ordered to pay 65% of college expenses in addition to child support. Lucky f…
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Well in most vet collages in Australia you would pay around $4000 a year but this all depends on how well your grades were in school.
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You are allowed to make withdrawals, for example, for certain qualified hardships -- though you'll probably still face a 10% early withdrawal penalty if you're under 59-1/2, plus owe ordinary income taxes. Comb the fine print in your 401(k) plan prospectus. It will spell out what qualifies as a har…
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According to CollegeBoard's US 2014-2015 study, the: Average public 4-year in-state yearly tuition fees are $9,139 Average public 4-year out-of-state yearly tuition fees are $22,958. Average private 4-year non-profit yearly tuition fees are $31,231 The article this information comes from is cal…
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The Federal Work Study program is available to both undergraduate and graduate students and provides employment opportunities to assist in meeting educational expenses. Eligibility is based on the student's established need: the higher your demonstrated need, the more likely you are to be offered a…
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Barack Obama paid for college with student loans, scholarships, grants, student jobs and the help of his grandparents. Both he and wife Michelle finished paying off their loans as recent as last year.
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Most people take out student loans in order to pay for college. To apply for student loans and federal grants, students should complete a FAFSA application on fafsa.ed.gov.
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Dr. Khalid Al Mansour was a financial backer and strategic planner for Barack Obama over the span of 29 years. Percy Sutton, attorney revealed this connection in an interview. Mansour solicited a letter of recommendation from Percy Sutton on Obamas behalf to Harvard University. Al Mansour was v…
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Divide the percentage mark by 10 and add 0.75 to it. Example: For a 70% score, divide 70 by 10 to get 7. Then add 0.75 to get 7.75. For CBSE Board Exams: There is a online CGPA to Percentage converter according to grading system in Class X, which is available at the link below.
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The US Navy has programs that can help one get a college education, most notable is the GI Bill that all military personnel can participate in.
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A hardship letter is a detail explanation of your financial hardship explaining the details of your situation. It should be genuine, and honest with every detail.Writing hardship letters does not have to be difficult, but you need to know what your lender is looking for. Many homeowners simply do no…
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One way is to apply for student loans. You can also apply for scholerships. Another idea is to first go to a comunity college for a couple of years and work after school to save money, then when you have a good amount of money you can find a college.
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The future president took time off from schooling after he got his bachelor's degree in political science from Columbia University in 1983. He worked as a community organizer and an advocate for the poor in Chicago, before deciding to return to school and get a law degree, which he received from Har…
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Many historians study geography is to show connections between people and places.
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Free ride on taxpayers backs.
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Hey my name is Lewis Rogers, I want to know can Oprah help me pay for college. Im sending in a letter to briefly explain why.
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Once your child is 18, he's on his own. Unless you are divorced and college was included in the divorce decree.
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http://www.financialaid.iastate.edu/scholarships/applications/Noyes app 0305 13-1420121017.pdf
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You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or you can also click on the related links section (College Board) indicated below this answer box, which will take you directly to the site. You can research colleges and …
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i dont no yayayay i just got on nd it asked me this question
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Sum of direct materials and direct labor
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It is only deductible if you are already in the field and can relate the courses to your current work. If you actually get money back on your taxes is an entirely different issue.
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go in to college and let them pay for the college
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There are many factors are affecting our financial performance. One of the most important factor is global political issue. Global political issue effect our financial activities such as banking, business, corporate business, multinational business etc. Even it is also effecting our employment.
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As we can understand by the name micro finance is the study of individual on the other hand macro finance is the study of whole group.
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For those who can afford it, they pay out of pocket. For those who cannot there is financial aid, and for those who fall in between there are guaranteed student loans. Students can also check for available scholarships through the college or university, and there is also the corporate sector that ha…
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If the revenue service has not sent it to you then contact them
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Currently, the social security retirement age is 65. However, you can get the funds out earlier if you were willing to receive less in the way of a benefit. You can check out some great calculators on the Related Link below that will show you the impact of taking the distribution early. Check out …
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This depends on a lot of different factors including your eligibility for financial aid grants (as opposed to loans) and your previous academic record. If you wish to not have to pay for college you will need strong grades, high financial need, and solid extracurricular activities.
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Scholarships can be won, loans can be taken out, and grants can be awarded that can all help pay for college.
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I "your name" "your id number" , as "your course". I am writing this letter to request for the examination, that i have failed to pay this semester before the shedule of my examination day. I failed to attended the exam because "your reason" During that,i also have financial problem so that i can`t …
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There is no requirement that a parent pay for college unless there is a support agreement in place. And given that they are emancipated, they are supposed to be on their own and no longer need any help from the parents..
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There are many reasons to write attention letters. Attention letters can bring light to causes and important missions in the world.
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ask the government to give you some money
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Robinson was on an athletic scholarship at UCLA playing football, baseball, basketball and track.
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One website I know of is Free Colorado Grants and Scholarships. This is the same website but you can also try typing in The College Grants Database. This helped my good friend who had ADHD and autism. They can help you with a free grant or scholarship.
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Paying for college can be a daunting task, but there are ways to do it. 1) Apply for FAFSA - this is the form that the Federal Government analyzes to determine how much a student is eligible for in Stafford Federal Loans and Pell Grants (for undergraduate students) 2) Apply for Scholarships - The…
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Typically, in order to be eligible to enroll in an accredited university a high school diploma or GED are required. However, there are several online resources you can use to earn your GED online.
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There are no standard tuition and fee rates for colleges and universities. Each institution will have rates particular to itself. There are a number of variables to consider to include whether the institution is public or private, the geographical location, the specific program of study (some of whi…
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This ranges from the type of college that a student goes to. However, according to Wikipedia, the 2012-2013 average cost of annual tuition ranged from $3,131 for public two year institutions to $29,056 for private four-year institutions.
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Most people pay for college by first filling out a FAFSA. The FAFSA is a document that the federal government uses to determine what type of financial aid you are eligible for: Federal Student Loans and/or Pell Grants. Federal Student Loans are subsidized up to a certain amount and Pell Grants do no…
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A college is a business that provides education as a service to consumers. Unless the government were to completely subsidize education, then there would be no incentive for a higher learning institution to provide education to consumers.
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There is no "age" that makes it so that you don't have to pay for college classes. However, students that are 24 years or older qualify as independent students and are typically eligible for more financial aid than dependent students.
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An obligor who misses a court appearance might be ordered to pay for college tuition. If the obligee misses that appearance, it is unlikely that the court would enter such an order.
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No, that option is only available to children whose mother never filed for child support on a father whose never lived in the home.
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There are several companies that do tuition reimbursement for several different schools. To get an exact answer, you would need to check with either the company and/or the specific school you're looking to attend.
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The most cost effective way to pay for college would probably be to use something called CLEP tests. Check with the school of your choice and see how many alternative transfer credits they will accept from CLEP. Try to find a school that will accept up to 60 credits of CLEP. Then, study for CLEP tes…
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Yes. The government offers something called a Pell Grant for undergraduate students who show financial need. The Pell Grant does not need to be paid back as long as the student stays in good academic standing.
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College loans help increase future earning power, but result in a long term commitment to monthly payments.
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He put himself through college with a variety of jobs: selling vacuum cleaners, writing papers for his classmates (for a fee), and singing on cruise ships.
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Absolutely! Students always have the option to pay cash out of pocket for school. However, that is a big expense to pay out of pocket and Federal Student Loans are a debt tool that make it possible for a lot of students to earn their education without having to have a large sum of money saved up pri…
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A student can apply for financial aid through the federal government by filling out a FAFSA application. The FAFSA will determine the amount of Federal Student Loans (Stafford Loans) and Federal Grants that the student is eligible for. Sometimes this will cover the entire cost of tuition depending o…
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depends on the college u go to
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It varies by college
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Apply for scholarships or financial aid(either at your college or financialaid.com)
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If a student reaches their aggregate loan limit, they must pay down their loan first in order to be eligible for additional financial aid. Otherwise, the student will need to pay the remaining cost of school with cash out of pocket or take out a private loan.
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She used Medusa's head to turn "Smelly Gabe into a statue and then sold that to get money for college. (:
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The most common grant used to pay for college is the Pell Grant. The Pell Grant is based on financial need and can be applied for by filling out a FAFSA application at fafsa.ed.gov.
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A parent is never obligated to pay for college. However, if a student is a dependent student, then the federal government will award less financial aid to that student because it assumes that the child's guardians will contribute towards educational expenses.
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No, It's only in the US... and Mexico!
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It is an amount of money given by an organization/business to specific people to PAY FOR COLLEGE.
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Do children of congressional people go to college paid for by the taxpayers .. other than student loans or grants (under perks for congressmen/woman)
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If you have a young child, most people can apply for a College Savings account (529 plan), where parents and guardians can deposit money and let it grow. There is also the option of financial aid through grants and loans. Grants are sums of money that are awarded to students for having particular in…
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I don't know but they shouldn't have to!
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Yes, but not necessarily up-front. Most Australian University degrees are partially subsidised by the government. To assist people in going to Universities there is the HECS (Higher Education Contribution Scheme) wherein the government will pay for the student to go to university, but that person wi…
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This question is unanswerable; at any given time there are thousands of companies that are willing to offer full or partial coverage on tuition and continuing education seminars for engineers. They cover the gambit from engineering companies (obviously) to manufacturers to architects to the U.S. Nav…
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The token number for an APSMFC scholarship should have been mailed or emailed from the National Informatics Center for APSMFC - Andhra Pradesh State Minorities. If you have lost the number, you may re-contact them for a replacement.
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To write a letter to a bank customer in hindi language one must find someone who is fluent in that language or a professional translator to correctly write the letter.
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The game has to end with a decision. If the officials call the game without declaring the winner, the bet holds over until the game is replayed or is refunded if the game cannot be repaid. There is no definitive number of minutes or quarters that have to be played before the coaches and officials ca…
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Enlistment bonuses which provide funds for college and the GI Bill are available to those who serve in the military. The enlistment bonuses aren't always available, and your eligibility is dependent on a number of factors, but the GI Bill is available to everyone.
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There's no such thing as having to pay for college in any state because the age of majority dictates that once they turn eighteen, they are technically on their own. You have every right to tell you kids to go and pay for college themselves. In fact, they would be better off because kids who have to…
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