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I am an out of state transfer (AZ) who is applying to USC, UCB, UCLA, U of M, IU, and Westchester Austin for Fall '09. I am an independent student and only rely on myself to pay for bills, so therefore I do not have parents helping me pay for tuition. Is it possible to get all of the out of state tuition, books, food, living etc covered through loans, grants, etc without paying money out of pocket? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
I think it depends on the school. Just ask their financial departments. Also, fill out a FAFSA form in January. It gives you money for school depending on how much you need, whether you are an independent, etc. You apply for FAFSA support every school year, though. There's also places online as well as schools who offer scholarships. fastweb.com is a pretty good website for scholarships. This is a suggestion, but you may want to apply to in-state schools-the tuition rates are MUCH cheaper. Good luck and hoped this helped!