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    Financial Aid Fault

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    The Fault in our Financial Aid Process Thousands of people dedicate their life to working in the financial aid field, and billions of people are sent financial aid daily; nevertheless, the system has flaws that must be modified. Financial aid is sent out to millions of people who do not use the money in the intended manner who, consequently, are stealing from our government. Government financial aid should be more strongly based on GPA, how many hours have been admitted into a job or career, community service hours, etc., because it would prevent the government from providing financial aid to individuals who are inadequate. Nevertheless, government financial aid is predominantly helpful to millions of people all over the world with thousands…

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    attendance and needed funds to attend a school are calculated to determine what award they’re eligible for (Pell grant, scholarships, work-study program, or student loans). I am familiar with award packaging from working at Brookhaven College Financial Aid Office, but no work experience. 2. Please describe a difficult customer service situation that you have experienced and what actions you took to satisfactorily resolve it. A student came to the Financial Aid Office to check her financial…

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    Essay On Financial Aid

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    “Financial aid has an impact on college students” Students trying to apply for financial aid may find themselves aggravated when filling out the financial aid papers. When applying for any collage a student must also fill out a FAFSA. Many find the process very difficult, and discouraging. FAFSA is a program that comprises all the financial information to see if the student can qualify for grants or financial aid. The information that is required is very lengthy and detailed, of both the…

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    What is Financial Aid? Financial aid makes higher education possible for almost every student. Its purpose is to help you and your parent(s) pay for your college costs such as tuition, fees, room & board, books and supplies, etc. Financial aid is available from many sources such as the federal government, state higher education agencies, colleges/universities, businesses, private organizations, and individuals. Types of Financial Aid Financial aid is awarded to eligible students in the form…

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    Drug Testing for Financial Aid Financial aid helps students and their families pay for college. Financial aid is a great program for families that have low income and cannot afford college at a self-pay rate, or have too poor of credit to obtain a student loan. Drug testing should be a part of the enrollment process for financial aid. It should be mandatory for all students to get drug tested when they are applying for government assistance, the government should not support illegal behavior.…

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    August 4th, 2016 Brian Hernandez Dear Financial Aid Committee, I would like to thank the committee for taking their time to review my letter of appeal for financial aid reinstatement. I would also like to thank you for giving me this financial aid award to further my education and pursue my dreams. I appreciate everything that the financial aid committee has done for me. It would be an honor and a privilege to continue my education that I’ve already started before I sustained some setbacks.…

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    College education helps students prepare their future with its higher education. Students that attend college have the opportunity of qualifying for financial aid, getting a good job and a good life. Therefore, college cost is worth it. Financial aid is an excellent way to help students going to college. Many colleges are not very expensive once financial aid is taken into account (Leonhardt). Most of the parents do not help their son/daughter with college due to the reason that they do not have…

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    Financial Aid Benefits

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    Any college student who has applied for federal financial aid would testify that it is a very long and complicated process. The process is even more complicated, however, for homeless students applying for financial aid. Not only do these students have to fill out the normal forms, but also provide documentation of their homelessness annually. This issue is addressed in the article “Senator Wants to Help Homeless Students, Who are ‘Taking Out Loans for Survival’” which was featured in the…

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    Financial Aid Challenges

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    As a first generation student, trying to figure out everything there is to know about college was initially an overwhelming challenge. However, I’ve had great help from older friends and teachers. I’ve also attended many college seminars to learn more about the admissions and financial aid process. Most importantly, I now have a college advisor from College Point who calls, texts, and emails me every once in a while to make sure I’m on the right track and answer any questions I may have. If I…

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    Student Financial Aid

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    There have been millions of dollars funded to help students attend college. These funds have been given to many students across the United States. The money supports them during college The United States Department of Education News states, “ Since 2009, the Obama Administration has made historic investments in student financial aid that have helped ensure college stays within the reach of American families.” There has been a trend happening towards education financially. When years progress…

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