Raven is only 10 and isnâ€™t even out of elementary school yet but I think itâ€™s never too early to start thinking about and planning for college. Education is extremely important and I want Raven to continue on with her education after high school. Of course every parent wants their child to go to the best college, parents are suppose to want the best for their child and I am no different. I would love for her, when she is of age of course, to be able to continue her education at Oxford University or at New York University. I always wanted to go to NYU but certain things permitted me from being able to attend college. Ok, enough with the day dreaming.
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Christopher DiazAugust 14, 2007 at 3:29 pm
To whom it may concern:
My parents have applied for loans and have been denied due to credit
history. We’ve already filled out the grants and have received a small
amount. I am trying to go to a private school. Lubbock Christian University in Lubbock Texas and need a loan so I can go to school.
The banks said that we need a co-signer and I’ve already asked Family/Friends members and they cannot co-sign for me. I need to know what else I can do to go to college. I’ve also written the Ed.gov.com and they tell me the same thing. Apply at the banks and that I might need a co-signer. Well it’s obvious that I don’t have a co-signer.
I’ve also asked them about the Theory about “Leave No Child Behind” rule and got no answer from them. I’ve told everyone that I’m a first generation in my family to go to school. Me going to college is like my parents going to; since they didn’t get to go. I need help and some advise. Desperate Student.
Thank You for Your Time