its a college scholarship I ve attempted several colleges and universities but i m not fairly certain on what it requires to get one (and oh! its a medical scholarship) I ve also heard it s tough to get a scholarship in medicine is it true, any assist?
Hello everybody, I have completed my financial aid and was granted some cash which i have all prepared accepted. I have registered for my classes, will my college take the money right out of my monetary aid? Cause the money is still there and there no manual way for me to do it .Thanks for eveyone who answers this going to be my initial semester in college and nonetheless dont know how every thing works .
I have not taken the SAT. I am presently attending a community college and I have a three.9 GPA (unweighted, on a four. scale). I strategy to transfer to a 4 year university quickly (bringing over 80 units with me. I ll have all my General Ed carried out), but I m going to need scholarships. What are my choices? Is a three.9 great sufficient to get a full ride somewhere?
I ve been attending a university for two years in which in this current Spring term, I have flunked all my classes. I have been put on Unofficial Withdrawl which increased the amount I have to spend back the college. I owe over $ten,000 in which is due currently to the university. I discover this unrealisticly unpayable immeadiately as I do not think I could get any much more financial aid due to me flunking out to be able to pay the rest and I presently reside with my parents with no job (I have been applying to alot of locations though.) I will be attempting to enroll to a A+ certification classes in a CC as nicely.That becoming stated, is there any type of forbearance I could do to have time to accumulate the cash I need to pay the school back? This isn t a loan I m speaking about, this is money I nonetheless owe for tuition/board/fees and along with the additional debt from a goverment loan canceling due to me flunking. My parents will have nothing of this simply because of my errors and now the pressure is all on me. What can I do to bounce back from this?
I m not talking Ivy League here, I just imply basic neighborhood college for an Associates degree. How do people do it? I just graduated higher school 4th in class, magna *** laude with a three.9+ GPA and an honors diploma, I scored a 29 on the ACT, I was in National Honor Society for the maximum 2 years, and a number of other student organizations ranging from 2-4 years, and have been very effective in choral music, serving as President of the choir my senior year. I ve seen $500 in scholarships. That s all I got. From 4 years of hard work and dedication to maintain the numbers I have and graduate with three different distinctions, I got $500 to assist me out with college. I m only eligible for the $5500 loan from the government, which will cover one semester of my tuition. So that s that, but I nonetheless have to worry about the other half of tuition for the first year, not to mention the expenses of living in an apartment simply because the only alternative would be commuting 1 1/two hours to college each day in a 1995 Taurus that will probably break down (once more) any minute now. My concerns are, how are the classmates with comparable credentials as me affording 40k/year schools for Bachelors when I can t even cover a two-year Associates at community college? Why did I get so small money in scholarships when I spent an entire year applying for every scholarship I could possibly apply for and have a lot much better than average credentials? Exactly where is everybody getting all their money from? And can you tell I m absolutely TERRIFIED that I m not gonna go to college and finish up operating for $12/hr in factories like my parents for the rest of my life?
I am presently in community college, but i strategy on transferring to UW Seattle in the next semester or so. Biology major at the moment, but will later go into the wildlife conservation plan. So when i m applying for my scholar ship do i put 2yr or 4yr below the college level i m currently operating on? and monetary aid is covering my schooling right now in community colleges, but i want to get scholarships for when I enter UW, so can i select when to use the scholarship money as long as it s for school?
I am going to be a freshmen subsequent year at the University of Georgia. My parents are not prepared to contribute. I have little to no money saved up ($10000 these days gets you no where). I don t know what to do.
Is the 7.9 percent interest charged yearly? Or is it charged much more often than that?
I had a couple issues in the past that ruined my credit. Now I am attempting to go back to college so I can get a job to afford the bills that are ruining me. Are there places out there that provide loans to people like me? Intelligent *** responses will be reported. I know I shouldn t have let my credit get bad but I did. Absolutely nothing I can do about it now. I am trying to save up, but I would really like to go this year and don t have fairly sufficient. Any advice?
would I still be required to show them my transcripts from another college I went to even if I m not transferring? When my sister went to this college she had to show her transcripts but she received monetary help. I m just going to spend out of pocket though.