I thought Antonio was commuting to a 4 year state university...not a CC.
heh, you remember me?
the one that's always hiring and always accept everyone is Vector for Cutco Cutlery.
I showed up for their interview a few months agol... I can see why they have a bad rap.
What is the school's COA breakdown for those who commute?
It looks something like this:
Books and supplies: 1100
Housing: 1800 (I think this is per semester assuming that I split the bill with a roommate for a "standard" rental apartment. sounds more like 1970s data to me)
Personal Expenses: 1700
<p>My school did not send me a Finanicial aid award sheet with the acceptance letter. Months later at orientation, I received a sheet that contained the classes I had just registered for, their costs, a cumulative total of all the classes' costs, and applicable financial aid. I don't have the exact number in front of me but the classes' cumulative cost was about $2500, with applicable FA at an identical number (but no more) to bring the out-of-pocket cost to 0.</p>
My understanding from the original question (quoted above) is that he does not have loans, just a pell grant that covers his tuition.
I do not know whether I have loans or not but assuming that schools apply available federal grants before loans, the $2500 total for classes should be covered by my more-than-ample Pell Grant. </p>
<p>Again, I never received a letter specifying my FA awards--probably because the school doesn't have a blanket full time cost but rather variable costs depending on the classes one registers for.</p>