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Here is my predicament, and I'm beginning to lose sleep over this because I've been getting conflicting informatin and it looks like I might not be able to afford college like I thought.
I have a BA. I was accepted into an AA program at Parsons School for Design because I want to make a career change and this AA would be a good stepping stone to prepare myself for a Masters in another field.
I am not eligible for grants because having a Bachelors already means I'm not considered an undergrad. I've had some people tell me I can get a GradPlus loan, and some people tell me I can't. Which is it? If I'm not an undergrad, then what category do I fall under, exactly?
I am eligible for Stafford loans, but there is a pretty big gap there still. Is gradplus ONLY for Master's candidates?