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all together for loans I'll have 12,500 for loans.There is no extra $4,000. I have no idea where you go that number from no extra $4,000
However, when I was a dependent I got about a $1,000 less in grant money... if it helps.
Yes, I am graduating this week from CC with a associates in business. Most jobs require you to stay with that company and major in something that's beneficial to that company for tuition reimbursement. Or you have to work for that company for a certain amount of years to get it.
The problem is if a job require you to stay at the company for x amount of time before you get the tuition reimbursement, than to me it defeat the purpose of me working there for tuition reimbursement. Now if that is not the case I can see your point. But another problem that can happen is since I have to leave to go to college, I would have to find a company that also has an office in the city I am moving to.