What’s your worst thing about college?
A student who isn’t paying their tuition, the student who wants to go to a school they like but are not accepted because they don’t have a degree, or even a person who wants a place to live who is struggling financially?
We’re not talking about the students who have to work extra hours or have to borrow money to pay for a house.
But what if they can’t pay for their education?
What if the college they choose is one that charges a hefty fee to attend?
If the college charges a tuition, a student will need to have their income verified by the college, which means that they will have to pay a $5,000 fee to verify their income.
The fee is a big reason why students have to take out loans to attend college.
A new survey of 3,000 students in 18 countries found that nearly half (46%) of the respondents who had enrolled at a college were unable to afford their tuition.
And nearly three-quarters of students (72%) had no debt to repay at all.
Students who cannot afford their education are likely to end up homeless, living in shelters or in shelters for the night, or being forced to attend school out of sheer desperation.
If you’re struggling to pay your tuition, there are a few options available.
For example, some colleges may offer a financial aid scholarship program to help students who are struggling financially pay for college.
These programs are not only free but also have a variety of scholarships available, from $500 to $4,000.
But there are also many options available for students who need help paying for college, such as paying off student loans and attending a nonprofit organization.
In addition to the financial aid scholarships, students can apply for financial aid from the United States Department of Education’s National Student Loan Debt Relief Program.
That program has helped some students pay for the cost of their education, which is why many colleges are using the federal program to provide financial aid to students.