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One of the first steps to choosing the right college should be applying for student financial aid. Many people believe that school is much more expensive than it actually is. Although some schools are expensive, there is most likely a school near you that will accept federal student financial aid and meet your financial standards. You should know that not every distance learning course or online degree is accredited and/or eligible for federal student aid. To find out whether you can receive federal student aid for your program, check with your school's financial aid department. For more information about distance learning, click here.

Question: I've been in college for 5 years, how manu semesters left can FAFSA pell cover my tuition?

I only have 18 credits for a minor left in computer science Do the 5-6 yrs of Pell Grant and Tap have to be paid back in payments or through taxes ?
Posted on March 23, 2018 at 01:46 PM


The probability that a student graduating from Suburban State University has student loans to pay off after graduation is 0.60 . The probability that a student graduating from this university has student loans to pay off after graduation and is a male is 0.24 . Find the conditional probability that a randomly selected student from this university is a male given that this student has student loans to pay off after graduation.
Posted on March 21, 2018 at 11:41 PM

Question: Do Nicaraguans get permenant residence under the Nacara act section 202?

Posted on March 21, 2018 at 05:29 PM

Question: What are the best online colleges for the price for students receiving financial aid?

Posted on March 21, 2018 at 04:46 PM

Question: Question about unpaid overdue tuition fees?

Hello I used to be enrolled in a post-grad program. I did not take out any loan and paid semester by semester. Towards the end of the program I ran out of money, but I was expecting some to come in. So I asked the faculty to enroll me and promised to pay soon. What happened is I enrolled however I was not able to pay and have not been able since then. I began receiving calls from collection agencies, which later stopped. This was 5 years ago. My question is: am I now liable just for the tuition amount itself plus collection people fees, or is there some kind of interest (it's not a loan, but rather a debt I guess since I received goods that I did not pay for). Can anybody help me with this issue? I need to know before I contact them.
Posted on March 21, 2018 at 01:18 AM

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