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I am 18 years old and just found out that I have been accepted into North Carolina State University. I am a oklahoma resident. The problem is my parents will not pay my tuition, which I am ok with since they should be saving up for retirement and stuff. But they won't help me get a loan either. They told me that to get a loan for college I needed collateral. Problem is I have nothing to my name, I am struggling to find a part time job right now. Maybe I can fill out a FAFSA but my parents won't do that with me either. Any help? And no don't tell me to make my parents change their minds they won't.
Go to the school and speak with a financial aid counselor. They are probably located in the main administration building or the student center. Don't rely on what others tell you. If your grades and SAT (I guess the still have that. It's been a long time for me) are good enough they will see to it that you go to school there. Excellent choice of schools. Sorry about your parents.
If your parents are making a lot of money, a FAFSA won't really help you. What I'd suggest you do, is to find scholarships (there are all sorts available), and get writing/submitting. You may also want to contact someone at the financial aid office for NCSU, and explain your situation. They will probably be of more help than anyone on Y!A could give you. Good luck! (You may also just want to ask your parents to not claim you on their taxes, and fill out the FAFSA anyway. I think there's a loophole for people who are under 25 but are not receiving support from their parents to get aid anyway. Again, you'll have to talk to somebody.) You can also get loans through the college.
If your son is in the Navy then he should have gone to see his Educational Service Officer (ESO) in order to get Tuition Assistance (TA) before taking the class. Tuition Assistance will pay for most of the class if not all of it depending on the cost of the class, the level of the class, and the college or university. The Military will not pay for books although there are grants available and TA won't cover most of the fees either. Your son's ESO should be able to send him in the right direction. I am currently working on a Masters degree and only a portion of my classes are covered under Tuition Assistance because of the cost of the program that I am in and because I have "computer" fees stemming from taking an on line course (this would be from the University). I pay for all of my own books and am constantly seeking out grants. Also, there are some classes that may or may not be paid for such as some vocational courses. Ask your son if he has spoken to his Educational Service Officer and what information he has received from said individual. If your son is truly looking for a college that will use his Tuition Assistance money and will give him a book grant as well then tell him to look into American Military University on line. I know of plenty of people who are paying next to nothing out of pocket and are getting a great education. The below web sites should help your son arm himself with some more information before he talks to his ESO. Also tell him good luck and that it's great that he's working on his education.
You do what millions of other students have done. You get a job and apply for student loans. Oh, and quit sniveling... ..