I agree with Aid Wiz. If there is a change in your current financial situation compared to the tax information reported on the FAFSA, additional consideration may be given to re-evaluate your eligibility, this is known as a professional judgment. However, that does not guarantee your will be eligible for grants as the Department of Education does have limitations on who is eligible.
Good news is that you should still be able to look into Federal Student loans which do not have required payments as long as you’re in school at least half-time. The idea is you graduate, find a job, and are more financial stable when you are in repayment of your loans. Another option could be to find a school that is more affordable, try a local community college if you have not finished your Associates Degree yet and then transfer to a 4 year later on. And then of course there is cutting back on personal expenses if possible.
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