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Of course. Luckily I am in such a position that I can reasonably expect to be able to pay for five years. So I', definitely considering it. I'll know by the end of my junior year.

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I don't know if my parents are in a good position to pay for 5 years, but they're in an okay position and it was their idea for me to take 5 years so I'm okay with it.

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I think I could extend my college education up to six years if something drastic were to occur. I'd turn 24 in February during my sixth year, so it wouldn't be until the next year before I'd have to claim independence on FAFSA, therefore most likely screwing up my financial aid (the only way I get to go to college). With the track I want to follow, I kind of have to go to college for 4.5 years anyway, as long as I don't fail any courses in college. This is all under the assumption that computer engineering works out for me and I don't want to change my major.

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Don't most scholarships have 4-year limits though?

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Don't most scholarships have 4-year limits though?

Huh, what's this talk of scholarships I am hearing so much about? Sometimes I feel as though one has to win the lottery to honestly be able to pay for college (without building up a large debt).

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Don't most scholarships have 4-year limits though?

Sleet, that was just a $1,000 scholarship I got. My student aid will pay just about all of my education because my family is 200% below the poverty line. :P My college of choice is $17,000 per year. :lol:

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Don't most scholarships have 4-year limits though?

Huh, what's this talk of scholarships I am hearing so much about? Sometimes I feel as though one has to win the lottery to honestly be able to pay for college (without building up a large debt).

Pretty much.

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Agreed, the costs of higher education can be staggering. Thankfully, the majority of my tuition and fees were covered by Federal and Arkansas grants.

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Thank heaven for the Pell Grant.

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Thank heaven for the Pell Grant.

I have a quick question? Is this pell grant you speak of a part of filling out a FAFSA?

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Agreed, the costs of higher education can be staggering. Thankfully, the majority of my tuition and fees were covered by Federal and Arkansas grants.
It's good there's options for paying for college but I wish there didn't have to be. Then again, what kind of solution could there even be?

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Agreed, the costs of higher education can be staggering. Thankfully, the majority of my tuition and fees were covered by Federal and Arkansas grants.
It's good there's options for paying for college but I wish there didn't have to be. Then again, what kind of solution could there even be?

Well in the Netherlands they higher education only costs the student about 1700 euros (about 2,300 $ at the current exchange rate) a year. So it can be done.

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Well in the Netherlands they higher education only costs the student about 1700 euros (about 2,300 $ at the current exchange rate) a year. So it can be done.

Jeeez. For real? I've got more than 4 years of that in debt from a year and a half of college. :/

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Well in the Netherlands they higher education only costs the student about 1700 euros (about 2,300 $ at the current exchange rate) a year. So it can be done.

Jeeez. For real? I've got more than 4 years of that in debt from a year and a half of college. :/

I know I was pretty shocked when I first heard that. I shouldn't have been though because In my experience the Netherlands is better than us in every conceivable way.

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Thank heaven for the Pell Grant.

I have a quick question? Is this pell grant you speak of a part of filling out a FAFSA?



Yes, and you don't have to pay it back! Fill it out and try to get everything you qualify for. If you have a job, claim yourself on your taxes and you can get more grant money.


I wish I knew Dutch so I could go to school in the Netherlands! That sounds incredibly inexpensive!

Here, if you are not lucky enough to be born into a rich family, people try to make you feel like a parasite for taking grants, or you go into debt for the rest of your life as punishment for wanting to better yourself. Even though there are scholarships that reward natural talent, the competition for them is plentiful and fierce!

At my school, a jogging class that meets for an hour and fifteen minutes, two days a week, costs about $500 dollars!

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Thank heaven for the Pell Grant.

I have a quick question? Is this pell grant you speak of a part of filling out a FAFSA?

At my school, a jogging class that meets for an hour and fifteen minutes, two days a week, costs about $500 dollars!

500.00$ for a jogging class, O_o WHAT! WoW what kinda school are you attending!?

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500.00$ for a jogging class, O_o WHAT! WoW what kinda school are you attending!?


Appalachian State University. I chose it because it was the cheapest, if you can believe it. Actually that is the class with the usual fees and everything. As I said before, its like they are punishing us for wanting to better ourselves.

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You go to Appalachian State? That's awesome you guys have been East Lansing's second favorite university since This happened a few years ago.

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You go to Appalachian State? That's awesome you guys have been East Lansing's second favorite university since This happened a few years ago.


Yeah, we are still living that old review.

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You go to Appalachian State? That's awesome you guys have been East Lansing's second favorite university since This happened a few years ago.


Yeah, we are still living that old review.

So are we. Considering MSU isn't exactly a football powerhouse (at least not consistently) we take what we can get. : p

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I don't follow college football very much but over the past few years Texas Christian University has really started to make a name for itself (in more ways than one).

Also anyone wondering as to who will win the Superbowl? My bet is on the Ravens winning. No offense but I was SO Happy when they beat the New England Patriots, which in its own way was a large victory in and of itself!

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I don't follow any organized sport. I just don't see the appeal.

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I don't follow any organized sport. I just don't see the appeal.

I guess you could say i'm the same way except that I like to watch my Rangers play baseball, it's kind of a family tradition. Football in Texas is considered almost religious and is very over zealous so I guess that is why I don't really like to watch it, everyone around here is too immersed in it to truly enjoy it for what it is! What is it you might ask, well I think the guys at Penny Arcade finally figured it out http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2013/01/18.

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Unfortunately I am not a gamer either. But, I get most of what you are saying.

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:shock: You are not? :shock: Well I guess i've got some work to do *storms off to make preparations*, You poor thing!!

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Sometimes it's fun watching a game being played at a high skill level.

The exception is basketball. It's no fun watching a single person make a drive for a quick dunk, repeat ad nauseum. That's why we have NCAA.

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I grew up watching hockey with my dad and watching him play rec league hockey so I can't really explain organized sports appeal. It's just something I've always been around.

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I don't follow college football very much but over the past few years Texas Christian University has really started to make a name for itself (in more ways than one).

Also anyone wondering as to who will win the Superbowl? My bet is on the Ravens winning. No offense but I was SO Happy when they beat the New England Patriots, which in its own way was a large victory in and of itself!

Ray Lewis won't let it go down any other way. 8-)

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I enjoyed watching my High School football team back during the marching season, and I enjoy going to the basketball games with the Pep band now, but to just watch them the entire time would be too boring. I at least talk to my friends every now and then or get on my phone.

Same thing whenever I go to a Nascar race too.

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Ugh American football is so boring. I liked pep band season 'cause we got to watch basketball instead.

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:shock: You are not? :shock: Well I guess i've got some work to do *storms off to make preparations*, You poor thing!!


I'll explain later. Everyone is tired to hearing that story.

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Ugh American football is so boring. I liked pep band season 'cause we got to watch basketball instead.


Then try rugby. It is like American football but without all the wussy pads and helmets and junk.

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I'll figure out how to link stuff properly one of these days.

you surround the text you want linked with the [tag] and the closing [/tag] with "tag" being replaced by "url" then in the first tag, you add "=" and the URL you're trying to link.

I'm not all that into sports, but it's fun to go to an actual game every once in a while and get caught up in the excitement.

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I like going to baseball games. Not necessarily for the game as much as for the experience of being at a baseball game, if that makes any sense. I just think it's a fun place to hang with friends, and for whatever reason, I really like the food. Baseball is just a game that has the right blend of time spent actually paying attention and time spent doing whatever the heck you want to do.

I don't follow sports at all, though, so I don't root for any particular teams.

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Also anyone wondering as to who will win the Superbowl? My bet is on the Ravens winning. No offense but I was SO Happy when they beat the New England Patriots, which in its own way was a large victory in and of itself!

I'm going for the Ravens as well, because the 49ers are division rivals of my Seahawks.
And OMG, for the longest time I had no idea that the two coaches were brothers! This should be good.

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Next family reunion is certainly gonna be awkward. : p

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I only go to super bowl parties for the food.

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I'll figure out how to link stuff properly one of these days.

you surround the text you want linked with the [tag] and the closing [/tag] with "tag" being replaced by "url" then in the first tag, you add "=" and the URL you're trying to link.

Brent, that is just awful.

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[url=there's a website url here]Your own text here.[/url]

Duster, quote my post and look at the format I did here.

@Radio- I'm going to get my friends together and have a Puppy Bowl party. This should be a fun weekend, since my birthday party is Saturday as well. ^_^

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Duster wrote:
I'll figure out how to link stuff properly one of these days.

you surround the text you want linked with the [tag] and the closing [/tag] with "tag" being replaced by "url" then in the first tag, you add "=" and the URL you're trying to link.

Brent, that is just awful.

@Duster-

[url=there's a website url here]Your own text here.[/url]

Duster, quote my post and look at the format I did here.

@Radio- I'm going to get my friends together and have a Puppy Bowl party. This should be a fun weekend, since my birthday party is Saturday as well. ^_^



Well let me be early in wishing you a happy birthday!

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Also: New avatar! The old one died XP

Welcome to the Prairie! now we share common interest in notingness and cold.

Phhhht! Welcome? I've been living in the Canadian Prairies for 14 years, More specifically, Alberta.
Its just I'm moving further East (and a little further south) into Saskatchewan now.

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Phhhht! Welcome? I've been living in the Canadian Prairies for 14 years, More specifically, Alberta.
Its just I'm moving further East (and a little further south) into Saskatchewan now.

Xp sowwy, I didn't know that.

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Phhhht! Welcome? I've been living in the Canadian Prairies for 14 years, More specifically, Alberta.
Its just I'm moving further East (and a little further south) into Saskatchewan now.

Xp sowwy, I didn't know that.

So what happened while I was gone for a while?

Don't ask me, I only just got back too :P

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