Financial Aid's questions - Russian iziqna

So my parents and i lived in Illinois when i started community college, but now my parents have moved to a different state. Would i continue to qualify for fafsa or not??

i’m 22 so that means i’m dependent. i have to provide parents tax info to get financial aid. my dad doesn’t want to help at all. can i use my moms info even though she moved out US years ago? she has a ssn and everything needed to file it out but she doesn’t work. can i just put $0 for all the questions?

Best answer: Read what you posted: 1. You have been accepted at the school you want to attend. 2. The deadline has already passed for scholarship submission. 3. Your current score is within the range to receive a scholarship. Why would you even consider retaking the ACT? I have NEVER heard of any university that gives... show more

So even though I do live with my mother she told me to put down myself as an independent student on FAFSA, because she is disabled and isn’t really much in my life, there has been many times where I had to stay with other people, does that count as an independent?? They say I have to consult with the financial aid... show more

Best answer: Is "your" car registered and titled in your name? If not, "your" car is actually your folks' car. Do you have a job? Will it pay rent, food, insurance, AND your phone bill? Do you plan to leach off your parent's medical insurance, or get your own? Do you have furniture? Is the car... show more

If I'm preliminarily admitted to a school, return the Intent to Enroll, and accept a financial aid package- what can I do regarding financial aid if i'm not officially accepted? The financial aid offers begin mid-April, the acceptance deadline is May 1st and the 'official' acceptance is offered in... show more

So Here's my situation. I planned to go to college in Fall 2018. I ended having to ask for my application to be paused until I can finish getting up the money. Before my application was paused I qualified for financial aid, I accepted it on the school site. However, due to me needing more money, I have not... show more

Best answer: Subsidized doesn't build up interest until after you graduate. Unsubsidized starts charging you interest as soon as you get the money. It doesn't affect you as a student. But after you graduate you'll owe more money with the unsubsidized.

I am in the process of enrolling at delta college for they're phlebotomy program.  The program is 2700 and it starts in March so hopefully I can gain the funds by then to attend. I am really already a Medical Assistant and great at blood draws. I'm even more excited to become a phlebotomist. I just want to... show more

I am 18 years old and very interested to apply to a coding bootcamp since I am taking a gap year. My budget is around $5000-$8000. Are there any coding bootcamps that offer scholarships, part time jobs or other opportunities to make it affordable for me to attend as an international student? Please share any... show more

Truth be told my mom hasn’t done **** for me. My grandmas always helped me and supported me. In fact I’ve been living for her for 2 years already. She feeds me, buys me clothes, etc. I work too but I obviously can’t support myself just yet as I just turned 18. I’m going to college and my mom doesn’t want to help me... show more

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Best answer: This is partly true. Federal work study earnings are reported on the FAFSA as part of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI). They are also reported in the Additional Information section. Items in that section are deducted from the AGI when the FAFSA calculation is performed, so work study earnings won't affect... show more

The college that accepted me wants me to get a cosigner. Cannt get a cosigner.

The college I like to attend kept say, this is before I accepted my Award letters ( subsidized & unsubsidized loans ) that I need to get a cosigner for a private loan. Which I conot get a cosigner. Will they Iet me attend with subsidized & unsubsidized loans? Now that I accepted these loans in my Award... show more