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So I understand these things can be very complicated for a number of reasons.
I only know a little and I just want to know if I'm sniffing down the right path before I start cramming ideas into my girlfriends head.
Anyway, my girlfriend attended one year of Pitt Greensburg.
Loans covered her first semester and she signed up for the next. However some time into the second semester it turns out her relative only cosigned for a semesters worth (for whatever reason) and shes been home now working attempting to pay off the second semester.
I just learned she signed up for a FAFSA and is going to attend a one year business school.
But it confounds me that she's going to be spending all this money (12k) when she could easily get another year out of Pitt with this.
Don't most school offer varying installment plans? Shes insisting what I'm saying won't work.
But I would imagine they'd work with her if she's going to take money elsewhere. They're a business in the end right?
I've just about convinced her to go down there and talk to someone, but I'm looking for a nod saying this is possible.