How hard is it to get financial aid for college & housing too?

I’m 28 years old, single no kids and very poor. I never went to college.
Any help greatly appreciated! I work full time but only make enough money to pay for rent, food, phone bill, Internet & any car expenses. I fear I wont ever be able to afford the opportunity to go to college and get a higher education.

you may still qualify for fasfa, go to fasfa.gov and fill out the aplication. my mom qualified for years, and it was well after i was considered a dependent. also- there is the federal student loan garentee. you are garenteed a loan, and the government pays the intrest while you are in school, and the bill becomes due 6 months after you stop going to school.
go talk to the financial advisor at the campus you are considering. right now is the best time, you can still apply for next year starting in the fall and the admissions office may not have people in durring the summer.

One Response to “How hard is it to get financial aid for college & housing too?”

  1. Vivian says:

    you may still qualify for fasfa, go to fasfa.gov and fill out the aplication. my mom qualified for years, and it was well after i was considered a dependent. also- there is the federal student loan garentee. you are garenteed a loan, and the government pays the intrest while you are in school, and the bill becomes due 6 months after you stop going to school.
    go talk to the financial advisor at the campus you are considering. right now is the best time, you can still apply for next year starting in the fall and the admissions office may not have people in durring the summer.
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