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I am currently a senior in high school, and I have no job and no way to pay for online courses. Is there any way you can help out with the payments?

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Asked by ua130 Tuesday Jan 12th 2010 in Paying for College
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University of Phoenix is a good online school and the financial aid process is easy done on the computer...

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you can repay your student loans starting six months after you graduate. they allow time for you to get a job. you can get a repayment plan i think up to 10 or 20 years. the pell grant is free money. the loans have to be be paid back. you can get a grant and loans to pay for online classes. I am an online student. I get grant and loans. good luck!

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what i mean is you can get the pell grant and student loans subsidized and unsubsidized from the Dept of Education. to apply go to fafsa.ed.edu. Online scholarships are available too. Check out fastweb.com or google online college scholarships. Good luck!

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financial aid and scholarships for online schools are available. check with your potential school advisors for more information. i hope this helps. thank you.

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Unfortunately, when it comes to online courses there is no system of financial aid that is avaliable, unless those courses are provided by a specific university or college in which you are attending.

More than likely, the only way you are going to be able to receive financial assistance for an online courses would be to receive some sort of grant, but this is not an easy task and requires a lot of leg work.

However, there are a number of online courses that are offered for free. Here is a link to a list of free online courses.

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