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(Before you read my letter: I had already posted this question but nobody answered what I asked. I am asking if this is a good letter to student financial aid. YES I did go to my financial aid office and this is what they told me to do along with other instructions. NO Financial Aid does not care if you quit work voluntarily, students do this all the time to focus more attention on school. My instructions are to write a detailed letter explaining why my income is different from 2008 and 2009 to 2010. My financial aid adviser explained they want allot of detail to better understand why I need student financial aid for my next semester. I am sorry if my cap-lock words sound rude, I do not mean that. I just want to know if this is a good letter and not have the same misunderstandings or a repeat of my last post. Thank you :-) ) Dear Student Financial Aid Office: I, Kattie Garza am writing an appeal letter to you in hopes that I may again be eligible for Student Financial Aid. My financial aid was not approved for 2009-2010 because I was working at Walmart in the year 2008 and made around $14,000 for that year. I was also unqualified for the year 2010-2011 because I worked during 2009. Unfortunately my income has dramatically decreased since those times. During 2008, due to financial difficulties in paying my rent I moved from Irving, new-york to Pasadena, new-york to live with my mother who was financial stable as an oil rig carpenter. I transferred my job over to a Walmart in Pasadena and worked there until December 23, 2008. My mother was making decent money and convinced me to quit my job and fully commit myself to school. I took her advice and gave my two weeks notice. In late November, 2008 a fatal accident occurred where my mother worked. During the investigation employees were not allowed inside the oil rig to work. We were not expecting the search to last two months, in that time we fell behind our rent. Our land lord pressured us to move out so we were forced to move back to our home town in Mission, Tx where family members could provide us with a place to stay. I was forced to leave school and had to follow my mother since I had no income of my own and nowhere else to go. My mother was never able to go back to Pasadena for work due to family responsibilities and lack of money to move again, even though her job remained open to her. She found work as a house maid for three months and I found work in October, 2009 at Toys"R"Us. However this was temporary work for both of us. In late December we were both laid off and we received unemployment pay benefits afterwords. With my unemployment money I was able to pay for school during the spring 2010 semester. My money has dried up now, and I still have not found work. As a result I am not able to pay for my next semester classes. For these reasons I am asking for you to help pay for my education so that I may complete my associates degree and to ultimately get our family out of our financial struggles. My grades have been excellent and I was nominated for secretary in our school CAD Club. I have completed one extra project by choice and I go to school one extra day a week for 3 hours. At this time I am working on a project for extra credit. I love school and I am very dedicated to my education. If financial aid can pay for my 2009-2010 and/or 2010-2011 classes I will complete my associates degree in less than one year. Please reconsider my application for Student Financial Aid for the years 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 and allow me the chance I need to succeed early in my life. Thank you. Kattie A. Garza
I think that this is a good letter (and I'm sorry to hear about your financial difficulties). Because you and your mother were laid off in your most current positions, it should not matter that you quit your job before Toys R Us or that your mom left her job before that. Recent unemployment is a common reason why students are asked to write this letter. This way your EFC (Expected Family Contribution) you received from your FAFSA can be adjusted to more accurately represent your current situation. If they do not accept it, that you should definitely accept your Un-Sub and Subsidized Stafford loans (everyone is given these...no matter what.) Unless you are going to a really pricey school, they should cover the cost of your tuition. Best of luck to you and your mom! P.S. It would not hurt to give the fin-aid office proof of you and your mom's unemployment benefits, this proves that you were both laid off and that you did not quit.
First, before you start posting the question again, you really should read your other questions. Myself and another guy answered your question, PERFECTLY, and your school just reaffirmed exactly what we told you the first time. I'm just going to copy and paste what I wrote to save yourself time: Like the last person, WHAT are you appealing? Are you appealing a suspension or a high efc? It sounds like you are appealing income. What that is called is professional judgement. A professional judgement is where your financial aid office takes a look at your income of what is is NOW, rather than how it usually looked at for the previous year. To qualify for that, you have to be laid off due to no fault of your own. Now, can do a PJ for your mothers income, but you can't for your income. Why? This statement here: "My mother was making decent money and convinced me to quit my job and fully commit myself to school" You quit your first job voluntary. That does not constitute a PJ, but hey, no wores than you are now right? So again, NO to your income, you gave up your job VOLUNTARILY. Though, probably admirable deicision and one that probably work out in the end, this is not something you can be grand consideration for. "Hey, I don't qualify for pell because I work. I'm going to quit my job and say I have no income and the economy is rough and blah blah blah." For now, this will not influence this years applicaiton, but you can say you have no income for NEXT years.