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What are the creative methods people used to pay for college?

I'm wondering how people were able to pay for college. As a rising college freshmen, I'm anxious about how to pay for my own college tuition. And I desperately want to figure out a way for me to attend college without burdening my parents or myself. I already know about scholarships and...

#student-debt #debt #finance #justabrokestudent #tuition

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Active Aug 08 at 09:52

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Posted by David M.’s Avatar David M.

Dealing with debt

How is everyone else dealing with all the student loan debt? When I get out of PT school I will be looking at $100,000 in debt. While I will be loving what I do, that number gives me anxiety. How is everyone paying off their student loan debt? #debt #personal-finance #student-loans...

#anxiety

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Active Jul 16 at 08:45

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Posted by Samantha Z.’s Avatar Samantha Z.
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Johannes Myers | Senior Financial Analyst at Verizon Enterprise Solutions Hi Samantha,Student loan debt can be very intimidating. I majored in ...

Do you pay per quarter or per year for financial aid?

My financial aid net costs shows a certain price. Do I pay for that 3 times (there are 3 quarters in one school year) or is that price just one school yer already? #financial-planning #loans #college...

#debt

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Active Jul 13 at 02:37

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Posted by Michael A.’s Avatar Michael A.
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Angelique S Crowder | CEO at College First Generation and Doctoral Candidate ... When you receive your award letter from your college, your aid ...

What is the difference between a subsidized and an un-subsidized loan?

I'm trying to be smart about paying for college. I don't want to be in debt when I'm thirty. #scholarships #student-loans #money-management #debt...

#personal-finance

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Kathy Wildman’s Avatar Johannes Myers’s Avatar
Active Feb 19 at 08:25

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Posted by Michaela B.’s Avatar Michaela B.
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Kathy Wildman | Internal Audit Lead at Fannie Mae Great question, and yes, why be in debt if you do ...

Where can I find a list of scholarships and grants along with a description of their application processes?

College application season is here, and seniors all over the country are looking for scholarships and grants to help reduce the cost of attendance. This young lady from Houston is hoping to win some scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year. #college #scholarships #college-applications #debt...

#personal-finance #grants

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Lisa Mark, MA’s Avatar Andy Wang’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Hi there. Go to your local library where they have books ...

Money problems

What should one do if we do not have the funds to go to a good college? Would a loan be worth the debt? #college #money #student-loans #debt #personal-finance...

#economy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Kevin M.’s Avatar Kevin M.
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Eric Leung | Credit Analyst at Barclays Whether your college debts are worth it will be based on ...

Is it worth going through the long years of medical school and residency along with the expenses to become a pediatrician?

I have heard that once you graduate out of medical school and finish your residency, you are in debt and it is often hard to find a job opening. Is this true? #pediatrics #pediatrician #medical-school #medical-education #student-loans...

#debt

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Amy Z.’s Avatar Amy Z.
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Ana Felix | Clerkship Director at University of North Carolina at ... There are many issues that lead people to pursue a career ...

Is spending 8 years learning really worth becoming a doctor?

Right now, I'm a sophomore in high school and very often people ask me who I want to be after college. My response had usually been a doctor, but after doing some research about the job, I understand that becoming an actual doctor is a very rocky step. I feel like a lot of time is needed, as...

#doctor #student-loans #expenses #medical-school #learning #debt

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Anna Z.’s Avatar Anna Z.
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Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Is it worth it? No one can tell that except you. ...
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Michael Arnold | Sr. Manager - Data Analytics This is a great question and one that I'm glad you ...

Is it worth taking out student loans for graduate school programs? Will I ever be out of debt?

Currently applying to graduate schools. Private school programs are so expensive. #college #graduate-school #scholarships #student-loans #debt...

#graduate-recruitment

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Alyse Henning’s Avatar Ken Simmons’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Debra Z.’s Avatar Debra Z.
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Alyse Henning | Self-Employed Tutor It very much has to do with what you are majoring ...

Can anyone advise me on how to graduate college as an RN and do so debt free?

Looking towards the future is always important. I have to have goals in place to motivate me and give me direction in my life. I was raised by a single mother and Financial responsibilities can consume and control you. I want to start a nursing career someday and help others, and how is...

#nursing #nurse-practitioner #college #nurse #debt #registered-nurses

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Barri Baas’s Avatar Cecily Schwimmer MS,CNM,NP’s Avatar Lisa Suiter’s Avatar
Active Sep 17 at 16:55

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Posted by Ayden T.’s Avatar Ayden T.
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Barri Baas | Registered Nurse One of the primary things you can do is get really ...

How long will it take me to pay back student loans?

Loan amounts are huge, how will I be able to live and pay back the loans? #money-management #finance #college #student-debt #student-loans #loans...

#debt

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Active Jun 05 at 17:13

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Posted by Nick K.’s Avatar Nick K.
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Breanna Bergin | Lead Financial Analyst at Verizon Enterprise Solutions Nick, this is definitely a common thought most people come out ...

Where is the most lucrative place in the US for an RN? #igotstudentloans

My husband and I are thinking about relocating in a few years. #nursing #registered-nurses #student-debt #debt #healthcare...

#hospital-and-health-care

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Active Apr 20 at 23:47

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Posted by Kristen H.’s Avatar Kristen H.

What steps can I take to make college affordable?

I am a current college student in my sophomore year. I recently learned that my parent will only be able to contribute about 5% of my college education. What are some steps I can take to make college more affordable? I am already working as a co-op and saving as much as I can. I would prefer...

#student-debt #college-advice #money #scared #debt #help

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Active Apr 07 at 18:39

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Posted by Joi I.’s Avatar Joi I.
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Sarah S. | Research Coordinator Hi Joi - The first place to start would be to ...

How do I get portions/all of my student loans forgiven?

Are there companies that offer to forgive student loans for hired professional? #studentloans #student #loanforgiveness #loans #debt #student-loans #finance...

#financial-advising

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Active Sep 26 at 00:44

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Posted by Laura W.’s Avatar Laura W.
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Ann Gianoglio Burk, MBA | Student/Customer Care Manager | Operations Handywoman | People ... Hi Laura,Though there may be companies that provide loan repayment as ...

Does it make sense to borrow money without getting a student loan?

The financial aid package for my graduate program includes only direct unsubsidized graduate loans. These loans have high interest rates and bad conditions. My tuition is very expensive and I am not receiving enough scholarship money to cover tuition, even if I get a high-paying part-time...

#money-management #money #student-loans #tuition #college #financial-aid #debt #loans

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Active Jun 18 at 18:07

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Posted by John G.’s Avatar John G.
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Tyrone Dobson | Volunteer Manager at Alliance for the Great Lakes First, it's great thay you've decided to go to college. Congratulations! ...

How do I find a good apartment to rent near my college?

I live in California currently and I need to apply for renting a place in New York because that's where my college is. It is super difficult looking for places when I can't really be there in person at the moment. I need to rent because the room and board at my college is super expensive and it...

#apartment #collegeisexpensive #newyork #tuition #college #rent #california #debt

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Active May 22 at 14:18

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Posted by Angelina Y.’s Avatar Angelina Y.
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Rachael Swaldi | Proposal Manager at Dell EMC Hi Angelina, I would search on Facebook for your college and ...

Will I graduate from college on time with little to no Financial aid?

I am interested in becoming a labor& Delivery nurse, however, I'm not sure where to start in my future career. #nurse #nursing #college #financial-aid #debt...

#graduation

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Active Sep 12 at 14:58

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Posted by Cheyenne W.’s Avatar Cheyenne W.
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Serge V. Vaval, M.P.A. | Career Advisor Hi Cheyenne,You can graduate on time with little to Financial Aid ...

How does not having a #credit score effect one's significant #financial #decisions in life?

I've recently been viewing seminars by #dave #ramsey. He spoke of being #debt free and that having a #credit card is not necessary for #life. However, I know that some transactions request a credit score. Also, when shopping online or #traveling abroad I've always thought it was safer to have a...

#successfully #compromised

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Brent D. Griffin, CPA’s Avatar Kim Igleheart’s Avatar
Active Jun 01 at 13:38

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Posted by Rebekah W.’s Avatar Rebekah W.
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Brent D. Griffin, CPA | Tax Manager at PwC RebekahI disagree with Kim. I do not claim to be a ...

College expenses are outrageous. Should I be concerned about the amount of student debt I will be in?

Debt sounds scary. Will I be able to even pay it off? #studentloans #debt #loans #finance #financial-aid #college...

#money

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Active Aug 12 at 21:30

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Posted by Kierra H.’s Avatar Kierra H.

What are other ways to pay for medical school besides loans and scholarships?

Medical school is expensive, as everyone knows. And paying off loans will increase the amount of stress for a medical student to go through. Are there ways to earn some cash to pay off the debt and to avoid getting loans for medical school? Scholarships can be limited as well. #medicine...

#money-management #student-debt #debtfree #medical #debt #finance

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Active May 09 at 23:26

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Posted by William H.’s Avatar William H.

Is there such a thing as an accredited, online, FREE university?

I am so tired of debt that has accumulated from my studies. I want to learn and grow and have a brighter future, but the more I study, the heavier my debt load becomes. I am applying for scholarships, however, they of course do not guarantee funding. So, is there a university that one does not...

#finance #online-college #university #online #debt #student-debt

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Active Jul 27 at 00:31

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Posted by Ashley L.’s Avatar Ashley L.

With all the expenses that come with adulthood (bills, food, rent, etc.), how do you balance them all and anticipate surprise costs?

All of these expenses add on top of your student debt, so how do you handle them for a stable financial future? #student-loans #student-debt #debt #financial-planning #financial-aid #financial-services #scholarships...

#money-management

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Active Oct 11 at 20:08

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Posted by Madeline G.’s Avatar Madeline G.
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Sean Buchan | Wealth Management Banking Specialist at Merrill Lynch Base your spending on your income, no on what you want. ...

Are there any loan forgiveness programs for chiropractic students?

I'll be attending chiropractic school soon, and didn't see any loan forgiveness programs for chiropractic. #financial-aid #student-loans #debt #healthcare-industry #health-policy #chiropractic...

#healthcare-reform

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Active Sep 19 '17 at 11:10

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Posted by James H.’s Avatar James H.
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Kristy-Lyn McCoy | Project Management & Risk Consultant Hi James, I'm going to be a bearer of bad news. ...

Is it better to start your own chiropractic practice or to join one after chiropractic school?

I am asking this question because I'm looking forward to attending chiropractic school at Life University soon as I have been accepted there. #business #doctor #finance #doctorate-degree #student-loans #startups #money-management #debt #healthcare-it...

#chiropractic

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by James H.’s Avatar James H.
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Ivan Alberto Zertuche | Complex Pricing - Finance Senior Advisor - Dell Hello James, From the finance side when you want to start ...

How difficult is it to transfer from a university in one state to a university in another?

After receiving my Bachelor's in Journalism in Florida, I want to start my career while working towards my Master's in New York and plan on transferring to Columbia. I am worried that if I'm not recruited, the transfer process will be very expensive and extensive. Even though it would kick...

#masters #college-transfer #florida #journalism #new-york #bachelors #debt #columbia-university

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Brynna S.’s Avatar Brynna S.
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What are some methods to reduce the cost of medical school/pay off debt effectively?

Even though medical school is several years away for me, I would like to be prepared in advance. I've seen that med school is quite the hassle in terms of finances and debt, but that the result is worth it, including the income from a residency after med school. Are there any other ways to...

#school #financial-services #psychology #medical-school #psychiatry #graduate-school #medicine #premed #debt

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Active Oct 11 at 20:12

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Posted by Mariya T.’s Avatar Mariya T.
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Sean Buchan | Wealth Management Banking Specialist at Merrill Lynch Medical school is one of the few schools I believe are ...

When thinking of a career path should I have how much debt I will be in after college in mind?

I want to work for a volunteer organization or other low profitable jobs, but I also want to get a college degree. I'm just wondering if it would be smarter/worth it to wait a few years after college before going into a low profitable career because of money? #international-affairs...

#money-management #scholarships #student-debt #student-loans #college #financial-aid #debt #loans

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Active Apr 23 at 18:47

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Posted by Taylor Y.’s Avatar Taylor Y.
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Sabrina Pettis | Academic Advisor Hello Taylor. The answer is 100% yes! I'm speaking from the ...

Are merit scholarships for graduate students hard to come by even with a high GPA?

My cohort start in Summer 2018 and I'm hoping to nab something before my program ends in December 2019. #graduate-school #graduate-scholarships #merit #scholarships #money #debt #loans #student-loans #black-students #latino-students...

#women

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Active Jan 15 at 00:35

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Posted by Erica A.’s Avatar Erica A.
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Jennifer Haden | Higher Education Consultant Erica, Congratulations on your graduate school start! Financial aid (scholarships included) ...
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