A question on the FAFSA and student loans?

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I’m 20 and I was a 4-year university for 2 1 / 2 years. I never had the FAFSA application because it was confusing wanted, my parents do not seem to care that, and she offered to pay my tuition. I paid for my books, car stuff, etc with my part-time job. My parents can not pay my tuition bezahlen.Meine question is: Can I get a student loan to pay my tuition and lodging? I still live at home, but my parents are divorced, and my work and school are 45 of the city live in the room I do not have a door or cupboard, he is an add- one chamber. I’m commuting, but also sometimes with friends near where I do my daily things. The coming and going live situation, it is difficult for me to feel the earth. I think I’m much healthier life if I wanted to help an important place to store food, a place where you could hang my clothes and feel at home, I was really comfortable in a routine that I have not. I just want some advice, because I do not want a big change, and realize too late that it’s not worth it, for some reason I could not see the parents bevor.Meine make enough money good, but because of the housing situation is the most money to try to pay their mortgage. Would I qualify for enough to live by? I’m not sure how it works.

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    Tony D!
    April 29, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    The FAFSA is really easy to fill out. If you get confused, see your schools FINANCIAL AID counselor, he/she should be able to help you. Also, if your parents make a lot of money, then you wont qualify for much, but you will get some help. Try CAL GRANT also..

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    Clayr
    April 30, 2011 at 12:07 am

    Anyone can receive a student loan no matter what the students or parents income is and each school is different for the amount of loan they will award. Income comes into play when you are trying to get any grants which are free money. Income only effects your loans in that it is either Subsidized or Unsubsidized. Subsidized is where the government pays the interest on your loan while you are in school and unsub is where the interest incurrs on top of your loan which you can opt to pay yourself. All loans dont have to be repaid until 6 months after you are enrolled in less than 6 hours(6hrs is needed to receive a loan).

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    random00
    April 30, 2011 at 12:59 am

    you can get some aid that is not need based but that is not a lot

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