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I'm an adult: Where do I start to look for scholarship, loans and grants?

Asked by simone54 (7608points) March 31st, 2008

I’m not the majority here. I’m 26 and on my own. I have some credit already. I wanna go back to school. I

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crackerjack's avatar

I would first fill out a fafsa, they can greatly help you find these scholarships. After that, I would try to contact the school you wish to attend. Then, you may look on sites like scholarships.com or the other various sites built to help people get an education

bulbatron9's avatar

Ask George Bush for one!

scamp's avatar

http://www.petersons.com/finaid/file.asp?id=780&path=ug.pfs.financial
This is a link to an excellent source of financial aid for students who may not qualify for the mainstream funds. I had a friend who didn’t qualify for any other financial aid, and she used this site to totaly fund her tuition. Good luck!

syntak's avatar

start with Government Financial AID @ http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. Get some government aid. Then apply for state grants and then you can start worrying about loans once you got all that in order.

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