getting out of my stundent loan - page 2

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  1. by   Coldfoot
    The term for putting the a loan on hold is deferment I believe.
  2. by   manna
    Originally posted by veedot
    is there any way i can write and who can i write too in pa to tell them of how my school has robbed me of graduating and that the school who wont even let me back in to finish who took my money for nothing cause i got nothing from the 10,000 i have to pay back should have to pay them and not me cause if i go to another school i will have to pay them 10,000 too
    please help
    I'm sorry to hear it - I too got left holding the bag for an old school bill that with collection costs, etc is through the roof. The reality of the situation is - you (and I as well) probably signed a piece of paper somewhere, a contract with the school holding you liable for that money - tuition, books, fees - which you must pay back even if you didn't finish the class. Most colleges have policies that you still owe them their tuition charges if you withdraw late into the semester or are dismissed.

    If you're insistent on talking to someone about it, I'd go to the student affairs or a dean at the college and see what could be worked out.

    Good luck.
  3. by   veedot
    thank you all i guess i will try that and keep going on to get my lpn an become a nurse
  4. by   redshiloh
    Is it just me or is 10,000 a lot for an 11.5 month program?
  5. by   veedot
    yes it is but the total cost is 10,500
  6. by   colleen10
    Yes it is a lot of money but you would be surprised at how much tuition is for some Vo Tec Schools and Tech Institutes.

    I once checked out a Vet Tech school and I think tuition for an 18 month program was about $13,000. My husband looked into a Web Design course at a local Tech. Institute and it was $9,000.00 for a 10 month course.

    I didn't even pay that much per credit for my BS.
  7. by   iliel
    I had a 8 month dental assistant course= 10,000
    Plus I went to a University and wasted another couple grand!
  8. by   Botched

    No, I was thinking the same thing. I only spent approx. $5,000 for my RN degree.
  9. by   veedot
    i know its a lot but it dint matter if i was going to graduate and get a job to repay it back
  10. by   manna
    Originally posted by Botched
    No, I was thinking the same thing. I only spent approx. $5,000 for my RN degree.
    Private school, maybe? Or maybe she had to take out extra loans to be able to afford to go to school full-time (didn't she say she has kids)?

    $10K is a lot of money, but education pays for itself in the long run.

    (sitting here trying to figure out how I'm going to afford to get back in school FT myself)
  11. by   colleen10
    And this is the #1 reason I'm going through Community College for my ASN. Can't beat $75.00 a credit.
  12. by   veedot
    i wish my community college had an lpn program??
  13. by   txsugarlvn
    amen to that Colleen! I went community college as well and paid less than $3K for the whole program including books and uniforms.