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Can you buy a car with student loans (university schools, certified schools, other)?0Winnie2012-09-13 04:23:03
Can a student buys a car loan college students ?
Who thinks online schools and techincal schools cost more than tradtional schools?0Bheki2012-08-08 13:40:43
I go to a state university and its only 5k a semester. My husband went to a school with more techincal and student loan debt than me.
Should congress kill off loans and pell grants to scam online schools like University of Phoenix and Devry?1hgtf2012-10-24 18:04:02
Students buried and the federal government in debt while producing a success rate among poor students in finding jobs sufficient to pay the debt in the shortest possible time . Why the taxpayer is an endorsement for this madness ?
Could University Education Be Free for US Citizen like Schools?0Doreen2012-09-11 23:36:04
Studied in southern India. I earned four college degrees and spend 15 years in college after my 12 years of school. All my education from a PHD degree was free of my cost . Today my daughter graduated from the private university USA , IIT in Chicago with a degree in science of four years. He worked part-time and even though it has $ 100, 000 students
Question about University of Phoenix and switching schools?0Nell2012-10-07 19:34:23
I am currently enrolled in axia college UOP . I have come to discover that this is awful and very expensive . I'm failing two classes this semester due to the fact that I have to be in a classroom does not exchange messages online and waiting for a response . (especially when I need help ) Anyway , I want to transfer to a local college . I had a scholarship pell my first semester and I have student loans today. Since I failed to these classes, what I can get another loan or Pell Grant for the new school ? Thank you !
Why are scam "schools" allowed to operate (i.e. University of Phoenix, ITT Tech, Devry, etc.)?0Anonymous2012-09-22 19:36:03
My brain is in "browse mode", and found the random question: Why does the "schools" like the University of Phoenix, ITT Tech, Devry, Kaplan, Everest, etc. MedlinePlus allowed to operate? MedlinePlus This is the basic problem: MedlinePlus MedlinePlus These "schools" have no entrance exam or requirements and you can get their degrees in less time than a normal school - what does that go? MedlinePlus Answer:. Poor people do not have the necessary education to a state school and / or poor people who need higher wages as quickly as possible MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So how do these people who can not afford to pay her college tuition? MedlinePlus Answer:. Federal funds, federal loans, and credit card companies MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So the school makes a lot of money and when graduates person (if they graduate), who can not find a good job because many employers do not respect and / or hire a graduate of these schools. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So now the student can not pay back the loans, which in turn makes the credit card companies can not pay their taxes and federal student loans go into default and now everyone (the student government) has money - except for the money-hungry for profit "schools"! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus It's like buying a car that does not work to become a delivery driver for Pizza. MedlinePlus The pizza place has no money because they can not deliver without a driver, the driver has no money because he can not do the job without a working car - the only thing that is done outside the car dealer lied to the buyer saying it would work. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus It is a big problem in the United States and I do not understand why schools can get away with obviously poor milking and milking the government money in a recession? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Schools are not properly accreditted (regional accredittation is not everything - it's just the beginning - and some for-profit companies do not even have that, ie ITT Tech, Everest) MedlinePlus. They charge much more than the average state university. MedlinePlus Most of their "teachers" are not qualified to teach what they are teaching. MedlinePlus Their equipment is obsolete because it would pocket money to buy new equipment. MedlinePlus Their "degrees" are not respected by all knowledgeable entrepreneurs. MedlinePlus A lot of their claims, if not all, are not accepted by state universities legitimate. MedlinePlus Their education is sub-par (ie Math100 UOP course is considered to be in the 10th grade level in state universities). MedlinePlus Some of these schools do group work with idiots like to accelerate the class to give everyone the same level - and you're stuck doing the job for five people to get the group is a bunch of idiots. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus They are well-meaning people stealing what little money they have and then rob the government of the little they have now! MedlinePlus Why not have gone off by now? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus For-profit schools are ruining this country and a burden on the already overburdened public MedlinePlus then turn hurting everyone else! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus ... Before I get too swollen, I'll stop. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Can anyone give a reasonable explanation for this, please? MedlinePlus Thanx!
Do many schools pay off student loans if you become a teacher there?0Jacklyn2012-11-05 06:04:23
I live in Florida and was told by a friend that if I decide to become a teacher that most schools will offer "student loan forgiveness" therefore pay off the student loans. Is this true?
How would schools have to compete without federal student loans?0tassey2012-11-04 01:09:54
Schools already do compete for quality students! With the total number of schools the only way is to....lower the number of students....
I recently checked my student loan online and there is 2 other schools loans.?3ck2012-10-21 23:11:02
I called and explained assistant student who never attended school , but I just keep going to different departments . I'm trying to fix my credit and this is affecting me even with my taxes . Does anyone know somewhere I can play this or a phone number .
Are there any online schools for medical transcription that accept student loans?1cohester2012-10-06 01:02:03
Are there any online schools for medical transcription accept student loans ?
Student Loans - transferring schools - do loan grace periods carry over?0alessandria2012-08-15 15:16:03
Hi all I'm confused about how the loan process in relation to different stages of my education. I am currently in a A.A. program, . plan to transfer to a 4-year college for a degree, and then get a masters (and hopefully go for a PhD too) Therefore, when it's time for me to transfer to the BA program, what happens back to the student loans I got on the AA program? Do I have to start paying them after the AA (unless you consolidate / expand? ) Or is that it assumes that you are still looking for their education and the loan will not become operational until it is fully completed ( usually within , which I think is 10 years)? Thanks a lot!
Does anyone know if the CUNY (Hunter,CCNY, Baruch, etc.) schools accept private student loans?0Andrew 2012-10-27 19:55:19
It is unlikely that I will be able to receive a Stafford loan from the government, but I will be in need of a student loan. I want to be able to attend a CUNY school , most likely Baruch is very affordable and just was curious if anyone had any knowledge on this subject .

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