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Old 01-08-2006, 04:12 AM   #1
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ok well at this moment i am enroled in kent state tusc county campus. well the wife and i are gettin a divorce so i have to leave..... so i wanta go to the main campus. i have everything paid for for the tusc campus. how much of a pain in the but will it be to get everything transfered to the main campus and rememeber classes start in a week????
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well probably a pain in the *** i would imagien but then again I have no clue. all I know is that it is a b(tch to transfer "technical school" creidts from one uni to another.
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its the same school. kent state but they have campuses over ohio. but i would need to get a bigger loan to cover the dorm. like right now i have a loan for 1000 for this sem. but i would need to make my loan for 3000 so i can live there......

i dont think that the gettin everythin moved there should be a prob, my deal is can i make my loan bigger and will they get it in time...... i think???
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Sorry to hear about your divorce.. :( Hope everything works out for you.
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being that is it the same school system, you should be able to transfer it without too much difficulty. As for money, talk to financial aid and explain that you are in the middle of a divorce and no longer have the extra income and see if they'll bump it up to cover the dowm expense. Make sure to tell them that is all you need to cover.
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They might also do a pending thing with the loan.

As in, maybe you could move in and not have to pay right away until your loan goes thru.

I don't know for sure as I have never lived on a campus, but it is something to ask about.
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I know my loan was pretty much only limited to my expenses, so you should be able to cover it with the loan.
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I know that when my buddy started school at a tech college here in MN he wasn't able to pay all the money up front.
He comes from a family that is financially stressed (dad is scyzo (SP?)) and the only income at the time was his paper route and pt job bouncing at a night club (he now manages the place) and his mom basically did what she could at home to be there for her husband.
My buddy was told by the school that they never make people pay for everything up front, except in extreme cases. I can't remember exactly how long they allowed for payment, but I know it was well into the semester before it had to be payed up.

Good luck -going back to school is a good choice -just don't ruin your oppertunity with bad choices (i.e. partying and too much time on BC when you should be studying LOL).
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