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I live in South Carolina but I'm going to The Art Institute of New York City for college. Will FAFSA grant me enough money for my college education? What about money for a flat nearby, should I get a part-time job and live paycheck to paycheck to rent my apartment? I really need to get this done so that I can get my life right and hopefully after I get a job I can help my mom pay off her debts. And also, how can I afford to move to New York City? My mom has less than ten dollars in the bank and I can't afford to travel to New York City. There's always SOMETHING in my way >.< But I'm a very ambitious person so I'll find something out. I need your help though! Thank you so much guys.x
FAFSA will send your funds directly to whatever school you choose, not to you. The maximum Pell grant is $5500 per year. The rest you have to get in student loans. Check with your school to see if they will allow you to receive the maximum loans you are allowed. Many colleges will only give you what you need for school and return the rest. You also need to ensure you are taking full time credits. Other options are finding grants that will help
The short answer to this question is NO. You don't get more money for CHOOSING and expensive, out of state option of college. THe max loan and grant amounts are the same no matter what... and living in oklahoma is hugely expensive and if you don't even have enough money in the bank to GET there, you aren't going to have enough money saved (before schools starts) to actually stay there. Success in college is about PLANNING. If you plan on going to a school that costs, say 30K a year, then you need to save enough money (30K a year for 4 years) to succeed. This is the way the world works! Money is always the "Something" that gets in the way when you don't work, save and prepare! Get a job
Please do not waste your money on The Art Institute of New York City. The "Art Institute" schools are a chain of for-profit colleges around the same academic quality as University of Phoenix or Devry. They even have a school in South Carolina. The NYC one is particularly bad because they are not regionally accredited, so any credits you earn there are not likely to transfer to any other school. They have an associate's in graphic design for a tuition of $58,968, $35,203 for housing (assuming you finish on time, which only 24% of students do), and $1585 in other fees. The community college near me (which is regionally accredited, and their credits will transfer) offers an associate's in graphic design for $5,880, or approximately 6% of the cost of AI. There are good art schools in NYC. The Art Institute is not one of them.