Subsidized Student Loan not through the school

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Subsidized Student Loan not through the school

Postby UKTone » Tue Mar 26, 2013 6:21 pm

I want another subsidized loan, but I don't meet my school's credit completion rate since I was put out of my parent's house when I was taking 18 credits, so I had to withdraw from 12 since I couldn't make it to school and I had to work.

Well, I would rather not go to another school since I did not like HFCC at all and I feel like Schoolcraft employees really care about their students. My gpa is a 3.52, I just would like some extra help paying for school until I can get a better job.

I also asked if there was any way I could get a student loan with a under a 67% completion rate, since their SAR states that you generally need to meet this requirement.

If it is not possible, I may take 12 credits this Spring at Schoolcraft and another community college and not work. I am staying with my sister currently and currently do not have a job. I have been working temp jobs and was getting full time hours. I also sometimes babysit.

Thanks for the help.
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Re: Subsidized Student Loan not through the school

Postby edvadmin » Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:13 pm

I do not understand your question. Would you please restate it for me so that I may get you pointed in the right direction.

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Re: Subsidized Student Loan not through the school

Postby abrightyear » Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:39 pm

I'm sorry to hear this. To start off, I would recommend taking a gap year and working full time to earn some money for school. If your sister has a good credit score, try talking to her about cosigning your loan, and, if not, try talking to any other family members who have a good credit score. Also, I wrote an article a few weeks ago with some other tips on how to pay for college, hopefully this helps: http://www.studentloannetwork.com/tips/fafsa/5-ways-to-cover-college-costs/
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