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When is the cut off date for applying for finaical aid for college?

I'm old and I'm procrasinating and honestly I'm unmotivated to go back to school, because everyone I know that has a college degree is still working at some pittly-bass akward job they hate or are unemployed. I have an associates degree alreadly plus two years and it probably would not take but a year to finish my degree, but I'm flat unmotivated. So should I even go back or would it be a waste of time and money?

Asked By: Vivianna - 7/15/2009
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A definite waste of your time and money given the subtext of your question.. Nobody can make you motivated if you don't initiate the process. College is not compulsory education... More
Answered By: Lazarus - 7/16/2009
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The last day to apply for the 2009-10 school year is June 30th, 2010. This current year's cut off is past. You should apply now to cut processing time. College education is never a waste of time or money, it's a great investment in your life. You only need 1 year for your bachelor's, you're so close! Good Luck!
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Answered By: Dan - 7/15/2009
 
You can apply late up until the FAFSA closes. However, keep in mind that the whole process takes months to complete, so if you are planning to do something for fall '09, realize that by now disbursement wont occur until well after the semester has started. This means you must pay your own tuition and then be... More
Answered By: iSpeakTheTruth - 7/15/2009
 
this is really a personal opinion for you if you feel it would be a waste of time and moneyt hen don't go or do some online classses
Answered By: oh_jo123 - 7/16/2009
 
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