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Question: I m trying to write a SAP appeal letter for change my major?

Posted on December 15, 2017 at 01:48 PM

Question: I m trying to write a SAP appeal letter for change my major?

needed help writing a SAP appeal letter for changing my major
Posted on December 15, 2017 at 10:41 AM

Question: FAFSA Eligibility Question?

I am a highschool senior and prospective college student for the 2018-2019 school year. So basically, I live with my single mom who is the head of household as far as taxes go. She doesn't make very much money, and I stand to qualify for alot of federal financial aid. She is divorced from my dad, who only contributes minimal child support for me and my younger brother. Recently my dad has added me to HIS dental and health insurance plan. I just wanted to know that by doing this, have I reduced my own eligibility for Federal Financial Aid since this is a benefit that my non-custodial parent is providing, or is this something that FAFSA and colleges don't take into consideration at all? Please help. I stand to get almost 10,000 in federal aid and I don't want to do something that is going to affect that .
Posted on December 15, 2017 at 10:35 AM

Question: Grants for emotionally abused/clinically depressed women seeking independence?

I live with my parents who emotionally and psychologically abuse me. I have severe depression which is finally being treated. I've been in college since 2011, I just can't seem to have enough consecutive successful semesters. I have a huge break down every few months and it's really hindered me. I am trying so hard to earn better grades so I can receive financial aid and qualify for a loan so I can move out. I cannot grow here, I cannot succeed, I can hardly go a day without suffering the call of the void. My parents won't let me get a job. They say if I do I will drop out of college, be fired, and that the greatest thing I'll be is a losers booty call that no one cares about. I know it's crazy but I've grown up hearing this and I am scared. I have like twelve dollars right now. I REALLY NEED HELP. I'm looking for scholarships, grants, loans, and programs that help people in my situation. They all seem to be directed at women with physically abusive boyfriends. Are there any that might be a better fit?
Posted on December 14, 2017 at 06:10 PM

Question: What do you think of this situation and what should I do?

Ok so at school there is a black African girl that acts like she doesnt like me and avoids looking at me. The teacher gave out a passage to read and while I was looking at the passage focused she gave me a look and was looking at me like she doesnt want me to pass or understand what the passiage is saying. I felt like she did this because she doesnt' want me to pass or do well and do well. Then a teacher was talking about passing and getting high scores one time and the black African girl looked at everyone with happy faces like she thinks that they deserve to pass and when she looked at me she looked at me with a mean face like she thinks that I deserve to fail and that I shouldn't do well. Then when I was sitting in class and the teacher said passed she looked at me giving me a mean face which she always gives me and when the teacher said fail or failed she looked at me giving me a happy face like she wants me to fail or thinks that I should fail. Then when the teacher gave back a test and she saw that I got a lot of answers wrong she looked and seemed happy. I feel like not trying hard and getting answers correct when a teacher gives out a passage to read because the black African girl gets the answers correct and I feel like I will be on the same level and we might have a connection and I don't want a connection with her if I get the answers correct because she gets the answers correct. I'm in high school. What do you think of this situation and what should I do?
Posted on December 14, 2017 at 04:20 PM

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