Everest College Ontario RN program - page 83

by emt_anderson

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Hello all, I know there are already a couple of posts for this school, but reading through the threads I didn't get all the information that I was looking for and considering that they are pretty old threads I made a new one... Read More


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    Quote from SheralynHoskins LVN

    Was thinking the same thing. Hope people recognize me :/
    Maybe they will have handy dandy "Hi My Name Is..." Stickers for us lol
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    Quote from Ruinedpuzzle

    Maybe they will have handy dandy "Hi My Name Is..." Stickers for us lol
    Lol. Good idea. Hope so!
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    Hello! Congratulations! I just called for the July start and they are telling me they don't give much info on financial aid until one gets admitted, but that they do have great private loans. Would you let me know more about this? Do you know if living expenses are computed into how much you can borrow? and what is the interest rate that applies and/or monthly payment once you're graduated?

    Thanks ^.^
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    Hello! Congratulations! I just called for the July start and they are telling me they don't give much info on financial aid until one gets admitted, but that they do have great private loans. Would you let me know more about this? Do you know if living expenses are computed into how much you can borrow? and what is the interest rate that applies and/or monthly payment once you're graduated?

    Thanks ^.^
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    Quote from SheralynHoskins LVN
    It was a tour of campus, overview of the cost, filling out forms, etc. good luck
    Shralyn! Congratulations! I just called for the July start and they are telling me they don't give much info on financial aid until one gets admitted, but that they do have great private loans. Would you let me know more about this? Do you know if living expenses are computed into how much you can borrow? and what is the interest rate that applies and/or monthly payment once you're graduated?

    Thanks ^.^
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    Quote from CassandraLewis
    Yes Genesis is AWESOME seriously didn't think I would get financing but with them I did, just wait until your appt and go from there they know their stuff!! Sooo excited to meet all of you face to face!
    Hi Cassandra! Congrats!!
    Do you know if living expenses are computed into how much you can borrow? and what is the interest rate that applies and/or what are the monthly payments once you're graduated?

    Thanks ^.^
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    Hey tuition is roughly 55K... They use Genesis for their private loans and im not positive but I don't think you can get a loan that includes daily expenses. When i started interest rates were between 6.9 and 14 percent, luckily it has droped down to 2.9 to ? maybe 9 percent. They break your loan up into three portions, im not sure how many quarter each one covers. So to give you an idea of best case senerio this includes all prerequisite classes (so if you don't need them then it will be less) my first loan was approx $15,000 with 6.9% intrest so my monthly payment was $90 a month. I am now on my second loan which was approx $9,600 at 2.9% intrest comes out to $24 a month so with both loans i now pay $114 a month. Keep in mind these loans you have to start paying off right away because their private loans, I also have government loans (sub/unsub) those you dont have to pay back until 6 months after school i have two of those one for each private loan for $9,500 each. I still need to repackage one more time to finish out my last few quarters but it should be less then the first two.
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    I agree with what Tina said, right now interest rates with the genesis loan is 2.9% with genesis though, they do require you to pay the interest while in school. Now there are other options as well, you can apply for a Sally Mae loan or for a loan through your bank/credit union. Or if financial aid covers most of your cost you can choose to not finance the rest with a loan and just make cash payments. They will probably go over very briefly financial aid during the information sessions (make sure you attend one as that is the 1st step in starting the admission process).
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    Quote from SheralynHoskins LVN
    That works out nicely. I split mine up into 3 days Monday 10-6, tues 10-2, and Thursday 2-6.

    are you starting LVN-RN? how much tuition fees?
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    Quote from Superstarnurse
    Yaaay!! Can't wait to meet you ladies in person!!! Hopefully we recognize each other
    r u starting LVN-RN?


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