Student in debt but want to go to school full-time?

Answer Federal student loans, such as the Stafford and Perkins loans, do not require a credit check. If she receives both, she can get a maximum of $9,500 a year (assuming she's an undergraduate). If sh... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Student in debt but want to go to school full-time

When does dependent medical coverage restart if a student drops out of school for a year goes on COBRA and then re-enrolls as a full time student?

Answer It starts as soon as he's enrolled. May start sooner, like over summer vacation. Call your Insurance Company or agent and ask for the forms to show full time status and let them know. For... Read More »

How can I get financial aid if I want to go back to school full time?

Fill out the FAFSA because you will get A LOT more money as an independent full time student. Also, schools use the FAFSA not only to determine your eligibility for federal funds, but also to deter... Read More »

I am a full-time student and have my car and renter's insurance in the state I go to school in. Would I be able to renew my car registration from the previous state I lived in?

As long as you have an address in that state, it should be fine. You're renewing, not filing a new registration.

Anyone make the transition from Part-Time College Student to Full-time How did you do it?

It will be difficult to pay your tuition if you have no money saved up and no job to pay it. Scholarships, student loans and part time employment would be all options.I'm not really sure I underst... Read More »