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Old Dec 10, 2012, 05:29 AM
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It is unfortunate what your friend is experiencing, and I empathize. However, it does appear she did not fully assess and budget for everything when agreeing to take on the challenges of college?

Is this a community college you are attending? Or is it a specialized institution? Reason I ask, is there are far more opportunities at a community college, than will be at a specialized institution. If you are at the latter, then I highly suggest finding a community college with your program, so that you have more opportunities with not only financial aid, but also transferable credits for the future.

College will always be there, so if things are getting way too tough at the moment, it may be best she take a semester or a year off to "regroup" and learn from this hardship, while she works and saves up the required cash to make sure she can attend classes every day.
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