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I am 21 years old with an 8 month old son...i have been wanting for quite some time now to go to school and get my RN and then go back to be a Nurse Practitioner.. i currently just took my vacation time off work to go get my STNA which was a two week program. My problem is that i am currently working 40 hours a week & NEED to to be able to maintain my apartment and bills. I get no government help and no child support so i struggle to do it on my own... i would give anything to go back to school to give my son and i a Better life but i just don't see how that is attainable..i cant go to school WHILE i am working 40 hours a week...i would have no one to watch my son. Yet i cant cut down hours bc i have bills to pay. Someone once said something to me that schools offer living expense loans? is this true. i don't mind taking loans out if it means supporting me in the mean time so i can focus fully on my education. Just kind of in a rut. Anyone have any knowledge or ideas on how i can make this happen?
1.) Apply for FAFSA aid. Go to and fill out your application. You'll need your tax return in hand. After you fill out the application, FAFSA will send you a determination of aid report and an EFC amount. The EFC amount is the amount you are expected to pay towards your education. You should know that since you are under 24, you may be required to apply with your parents' tax returns, because you are considered a dependent for financial aid purposes. If that is the case, ask for the tax return from the parent that earns the least, because that will give you the most aid. 2.) You'll at the least be able to apply for Stafford loans unless your parents earn a large income. These loans are about $5,000 per semester and can be spent on tuition, fees, housing expense, or anything else you want to pay for. You may also receive a Pell Grant, and a work study, but those are typically reserved for low income students. 3.) I know that you are not receiving any aid, but is that by choice, or because you do not qualify? If you haven't applied yet, apply for food stamps, wic checks, housing assistance, telephone assistance, and anything else you can. As long as you are approved for any one of these programs, you are eligible to participate in the WIA program. This program allows you to take a one time federal Grant to pay for education. It will pay the majority of your tuition expense towards an Luverne degree in nursing. The WIA program offers free or low cost child care at accredited centers so that you can go to school without worrying about your children. 4.) If non of these options work, you can take out a private loan. You'll likely need your parents to co-sign, unless you have spectacular credit and a good income. These loans will range from $10,000 to about $20,000 per year, and can be used to pay for anything you want. Interest are high and usually variable, and unless you expect to earn a great deal, not necessarily the best choice. 5.) If non of these options work for you, then this may not be the best time to attend school. Once you turn 24, you are no longer considered dependent on your parents' income. Your financial aid dependence will be calculated by your own income only. This means that you'll be far more likely to get aid. You can start now, and attend on-line classes at a community college. You'll be able to take these classes at night and on weekends. If you talk to your professors ahead of time, they'll work with you and let you take tests in the testing center rather than attending specific testing sessions. That way you have more leeway with child care, and can still work full time. You can do this indefinitely, and earn your degree slowly. Then, once you have the child care situation taken care of, or your son is old enough to attend elementary school, you can complete your degree under your own steam. By the way, you should try to get child support if that is an option. You shouldn't have to do this on your own unless there is no way around it.