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Vamp_girl6
Vamp_girl6 , Student asks:
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Is there a program that you can join to help pay for you to apply to a college of your choice, if you have no money to apply on your own?

If you have no money, how can you apply to a college of your choice?
In Topics: Financial planning for college
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi, This sounds like a great question for your high school college or guidance counselor.

Here are additional resources you and your parents can explore:
http://www.education.com/topic/college-financial-planning/
http://www.finaid.org/
http://www.financialaidfinder.com/

I wish you well in achieving your goal of attending college!
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mamiflores91
mamiflores91 writes:
The PELL GRANT. If you are still in high school...ask the guidance office for help. If you are out of high school,you can contact the college of your choice & ask them to help. They will also be able to help you in finding a scholarship.
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MelanyR
MelanyR writes:
Well,it's a very popular question, I have faced the same situation.I wanted to enter the college, but had no money for that, so I have applied for a student loan.But now there are much more options.For example,earn recognition as an ambitious and successful participant in the field in which you would like to further your study either by graduating at the top of your undergraduate program or by making visible strides in your work in that area.Or earn your degree as a non-traditional student, such programs are not available at all colleges, but if you can get into this kind of program, you may be able to stretch out the time when you are in college so that you can work while you are in school and pay for classes with money you are concurrently earning.Also you can use other financial aid opportunities such as federal grants and loans, work study programs, outside scholarships and cut down your expenses to save some money for your education.
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