The price of higher education.. How much was your college tuition? And if you got loans, how long did it take you to pay them off, or rather, how long has it be
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The price of higher education.

How much was your college tuition? And if you got loans, how long did it take you to pay them off, or rather, how long has it been since you've owed them?

Scholarships are a godsend.

Tuition Amount , 000. 00
Game Design BS - Online
In Charge , 520. 00
Grass Ambu Rebate Fees Net Amount Loan Status
Academic Year 1
Direct Subsidized Loan , . 00 . 00 . 00 , 484. 00 Appeared
Direct oxidized Loan , . 00 . 00 . 00 , 970. 00 Appeared
Pell , 775. 00 , 775. 00 Appeared
Pell , . 00 , 550. 00 Appeared
Academic Year I (New FAFSA may be required)
Direct Subsidized Loan , . 00 . 00 , 456. 00 Apprised
Direct oxidized Loan , . 00 . 00 J? 80. 00 Apprised
Full Sail Dream Development , 789. 00 , 789. 00 Apprised
Full Sail Momentum Scholarship , . 00 , 000. 00 Apprised
Pell , 645. 00 , 645. 00 Appeared
Academic Year 3 (New FAFSA may be required)
Direct Subsidized Loan , . 00 . 00 , 444. 00 Apprised
Direct oxidized Loan , . 00 . 00 J? 80. 00 Apprised
Full Sail Dream Development , 753. 50 , 753. 50 Apprised
Academic Year A (New FAFSA may be required)
Financial Aid Needed 2, 000. 00 , . 00 Pending
Living Expenses Stipend Date Sched. Stipend Status
00 : Paid
DO / Paid
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Submitted: 09/17/2013
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User avatar #53 - Blobfishy (09/17/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Wow, and I thought it was bad in the UK - £9500 tuition per year, plus an average of £120 a week for your dorm room.

Fortunately for me the prices were only hiked up a couple of years ago, so I get a grant to cover me much smaller fees, but I feel so sorry for people who're looking at going to uni now
User avatar #7 - LaBarata (09/17/2013) [+] (18 replies)
Yeah, I know what you mean.

I'm currently going through the entire school year with a total budget of $650

Last year, I had a bursary scholarship, and that helped out beyond belief. Unfortunately, my mother decided to get a second job (no, not at ******* subway or something like that, we're talking insurance work) and that means I don't get a cent from them because she made too much money.
User avatar #11 to #7 - flammablefetus (09/17/2013) [-]
Cent from your parents or from financial aid?
User avatar #61 - kaosminett (09/17/2013) [-]
My tuition was 1180, books were about 900 or so. Only need the 1 year to get a career out of it. a career that makes way too much money for the job i do
#60 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/17/2013) [-]
By the time I graduate, my total tuition will be around $82,000. When I was applying during senior year of high school, I told my parents that I didn't have to go to a university and could start at community (because of how much it would cost), but I was accepted into the honors program at a great university, so I went there. My parents paid for most of my first two years, but I will be paying for most of the rest.

And then grad school after that...
User avatar #58 - lech (09/17/2013) [-]
Dude, it's called community college.
No one is forcing you to go to a private school.
The government would actually give you money if you come from a poor family to go to school. I'm going to CUNY next year, and it'll be completely free for me. (Except for the housing)
#52 - brainy (09/17/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Education in Denmark. 0 $
Living in a dorm 430$ a month.
Aid from government for going to school 1000$ a month.

570$ each month for everything else. Where is your freedom now America.
#51 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/17/2013) [-]
Funny. You can learn in a library what you can learn in school. Except in after school you get a worthless piece of paper saying you read and wrote some **** and passed. And then you work somewhere that is not in your profession. Unless you are a Free-Mason. Then, you're ****** .
#48 - iwannaturkeysammic (09/17/2013) [+] (2 replies)
morehouse college

45k+ a year

and still rising
User avatar #36 - itemexchange (09/17/2013) [+] (11 replies)
i just got in to college been here maybe 2 weeks
im luck and being the first in my family to go to college plus getting a 3.1 gpa got me free classes (untill graduate no matter what as long as i dont fail 1)
but roomings still about 7k
User avatar #3 - lordscooby (09/17/2013) [+] (1 reply)
i can't stand the thought of getting a loan.
#1 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/17/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Thats 4 years, yes it is expensive but good programs will let you earn it back from having a good job
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