rosythewench241 karma2012-11-27 15:11:34 UTC
Most schools meet 100% demonstrated need. That doesn't mean they meet it with grants/favorable awards. The school I work at guarantees that all eligible students can cover 100% of their need with financial aid...........and most of that is in loans.
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rosythewench54 karma2014-02-18 18:26:03 UTC
Hi Deborah, thank you so much for being here to share your experiences.
You mentioned that you escaped from Jonestown. How did you escape? And what made you want to leave? Did you know about the plan to kill everyone if things started going sour?
rosythewench23 karma2012-11-27 15:25:30 UTC
Thank you for sharing this link!
I think I'm a little biased in saying "most schools." I work in graduate-level financial aid, and all graduate students are able to cover their full COA using just federal loans. It's a super big deal for undergrad students to have even just their need covered, since most students are eligible for $5500-$6500 federal loans.
rosythewench2 karma2013-03-13 15:20:52 UTC
Hi Mr. Howey!
My questions are: was there ever a moment in your writing career when you were really discouraged from continuing? If so, what helped you to overcome the discouragement?
I would also say that I loved the entire WOOL series, and look forward to reading more of your work in the future. Also, my little brother loved the books as well. I would like to thank you for taking the time to respond to an email that he sent you a couple of months ago (his name is Sam.) He was really, really, really excited that one of his favorite authors was kind enough to respond to that, so thank you for making his day!!!
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