I signed up for online college. I picked American Public University because its the easy to use and affordable.

The classes should be ok, I havent attended, but its 100% online including the sign up and application and stuff, so if you dont want to talk to annoying counsolers every 20 minutes of the day and want to stick to your studies, I suggest APU, everythings online so I dont have to talk to anyone except online (like it should be)

I’m eligible for financial aid, so classes are free with a small loan, and I can get personal loans I think from the government + APU. (i know apu sounds funny but this is a personal degree for business, im starting off with computer programming to bone up my skills, but i’ll probably take more science classes). but i get 5k from financial aid’s pelle grant (which is a real grant, dont got to repay it) and i’m getting an additional loan, heres a breakdown of stuff most online schools provide from a government site:

  • Campus-Based Programs are financial aid programs administered by participating schools. There are three Campus-Based programs.
  1. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are grants available for undergraduates only; awards range from $100-$4,000.
  2. Federal Work-study provides jobs to undergraduate and graduate students, allowing them to earn money to pay education expenses.
  3. Perkins Loans are low-interest (5 percent) loans that must be repaid; the maximum annual loan amount is $4,000 for undergraduate students.

campus also applies to online campuses

well, enjoy your education! try to mention unidef.org on your application so i can get some money

also you can use an online education to supplement on campus studies ie goto state college and goto harvard.edu’s online school i think, talk to your financial counselor

im going to see if apu’s has a work study program too so i can work and attend school.. most online colleges have a job placement program where you can probably work 100% online

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