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My dad made $44,000 this year, but he didn't get to take most of it home because the place he works for takes a lot of his money out. I'm 16 (3/30/1996) & have already completed high school through a private christian home school program. My dad brings home about $2,500 a month, but most of it goes toward bills. We're broke & as soon as he gets paid, we're broke again because of bills. I can't do anything about their bills, so will I still not get my financial aid because of this? The state we live in is pretty rough & broke, so it's ordinary to make that much in pennsylvania & be broke. I'm wanting to go to Full Sail University online for a Web Design And Development Bachelor's Degree. Do you think that FAFSA won't pay for this based on my parent's income? None of my family is in college. None of them plan on going to college either. My parents & I aren't drawing food stamps or social security checks. My dad makes too much for food stamps, so this is what has me worried. I'm just not really sure if FAFSA will pay for it. The online college will cost around $13,000 or $15,000 a year & I think the representative told me that it would cost $50,000 all together or something like that. Even though we make around $2,500 a month, The bills are still rough & we're always broke. & If FAFSA does pay, but doesn't pay the full $15,000 a year, then is there any way or any other loan or anything that I can get to pay for it because we don't make that kind of money? I will choose a best answer.
Hi Devin! We know that financial aid is something that each student has to look into and it can be challenging to figure out. At Full Sail we follow the same path as other schools and financial aid is available for those who qualify. We definitely work with FAFSA and that would be your first step into looking into different financial aid options. I would recommend reaching out and speaking with an Admissions Representative to find out more information about financial aid, they would love to talk with you more. You can speak with an Admissions Representative by calling 800.226.7625. All the best with your education! Best, Hannah M. Full Sail University
You wouldn't get that much in financial aid even if you lived in a cardboard box. Don't waste money on that fake school. Its degrees are worthless. Go to a real school. Financial aid will cover community college fully.