Do I keep working (min wage job) to pay off the debts and then try to go back or is there a program where my loans would be put on hold while I go back and finish? Also, I won't be able to pay for school, how can I do that?
Asked by Anonymous at 4:37 PM on Sep. 20, 2010 in Money & Work
If they are Stafford Loans you don't have to pay them while you are going to school. If you have been making academic progress and are going to a cheap state community college or university you should be able to get a large enough Pell Grant (don't have to pay back) to pay for your tuition, books, and have money left over. You could get more loans but that doesn't sound like a good idea. When you go back to school go for something that you can get a job when you are done that makes lots of money$$$
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