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For the past three years, I've tried with no avail to fund my college education. Even with savings from work, federal loans/grants, and scholarships, there just doesn't seem to be enough - and there's always that "gap" that's never been able to be filled. I've working to try and save up, but as the years have crept by - I just can't seem to pull together the funds to go to college. I want this more than anything. My parents are split, and my mother is struggling just to keep the roof over her head. On multiple occasions I've asked her what I could possibly do - and she either gets upset - or simply says "sometimes you just have to settle." The thing is, I don't want to settle. I was accepted into some great universities, and if it wasn't for that 'gap' - I'd be in school. All of my friends' parents have cosigned their student loans that have enabled them to go to college (I have one friend whose parents are dishing out $50,000 a year in loans). I've become envious, and even a little resentful of my friends who complain about the college experience that I long so badly to have. It makes me feel terrible, but I've been thinking about asking my grandmother - who has an excellent credit standing - if she would cosign for a student loan. I'm far from happy about this, since I know it's not her responsibility. It's just, deep down, I honestly don't know what else I could do. I don't want to end scraping by working minimum wage gigs and relying off of waitressing tips for the rest of my life. I had bigger dreams, you know? Do you think it would be wrong to ask my grandmother to co-sign? Or is it something I should just avoid?
I should also add: #1 Yes, yes, yes...I am aware of the obligations of a cosigner. Thus why I feel so terrible. #2 The sole issue with Community College is that I would have no place to stay. I'm currently living with my ex-boyfriend (we were together for 4 years), but my lease ends in April. My mother has told me that I could sleep on the couch until August, but I need to have something figured out by then. #3 While I'm aware that I could likely scrape by with getting my own place with a potential roomate, while attending a local CC - my fear is what will happen once I'm finished with my associate's, and the gap that I'll likely still face when looking at University costs when looking at my bachelor's. #4 I qualify for very little federal assistance. On paper, my mother's income looks great. Yet she's struggled with the banks multiple times this year. Her credit score means nothing. We also have 8 people living in a 2 bedroom house. It's very small,
#5 At the end of the day - I'm just looking for a sense of normalcy. Some kind of normal, college experience after years of having to parentalize myself and make some unsavory choices just to pay the bills. I would never let my grandmother's help go unpaid. I've made many a sacrifice (including my body) when it comes to making ends meet. I've danced to help pay the bills when my boyfriend was laid off for four months. I would do whatever neccisary to take responsibility for my grandmother's generosity.
1) Start out at a community college..... stay at home & get your Gen Ed classes out of the way as cheaply as possible 2) work while in school.. either a job you find or work study.... I know several people who work full time and also go to school full-time I wonder if you realize that if you don't pay those loans (look at all the questions from people who can't pay those loans) .... then the federal government will take your grandmother's retirement money... even money from Social Security --- NO -- You really can't risk doing that to your grandmother there are a few degrees you can get at community college... that will set-you-free from minimum wage... and then pave the way for you to work while in school getting whatever bachelor's degree you desire..... the best one is Associates Registered Nurse -- an Associates Degree RN can start in the 40s... plenty for you to live on & also go to school (maybe even some left over to help mom if you budget frugally)
Yes it would be wrong because you are not garunteed you will be able to pay here. Here is the thing, yous aid your friends parents have taken $50k a year in loans for their children it is obvious that it is private schools. Here the CSU's( which I just got accepted to as an upper division transfer) are $6500 a year and the UC's ( which my brother goes to ) costs $12k. So first you got to check yourself, the mass majority of employers do not care where you went to college unless it is an Ivey Leauge. Second, go the community college route and cut two years of high expenses. I am currently at on my last semseter at the CC in Indiana and I have tuition waivers from the state, and I get the pell grant I get paid to go to school.
LOL!!! there is not any only ideal way. you may in elementary words desire that you've picked a woman it truly is gullible adequate that could assist you. If some guy i have been courting for per week requested me to co-signal for a loan, i'd under no circumstances confer with him back. I advise, if he will be desiring that type of economic help interior per week, imagine what else he'd be inquiring for over the years.
Try and find work at the school you want to attend. You will be able to get a huge discount on your education because you work there and not have to ask anyone for help to fund your education. Counselors at the college ( free) will also help you find scholarships and grants to help with your finances.. You don't have to settle, you have taken the first step to secure your future now = )