Question about Financial aid
So I was wondering if I could sue my private university, not for the money or anything though. Basically I want the right to graduate this year without finishing the rest of my credits or paying them a dime. Heres the situation. When I first applied to my college I was told that my financial aid would be approved within a matter of weeks and that it was okay to start taking classes. However the entire first semster I was in and out of financial aid office because they kept requesting information from me and needing things and everything I would ask them is this all you need they would say yes then not call me back for a week so i would call them back only to find out there was more paperwork needed, this continued through my entire first semester. So at this point I already racked up a semesters worth of tuition with no financial aid to pay it that's about 6,000$. So at the end of this semester I asked the financial aid guy if I finally had it all done he said yes and assured me I would get approved by the start of next semester and that Fasfa would pay back pay for that semester so it was okay to continue to the next one. I went ahead and did that only to find out that wasn't all the needed and they wanted more and by the time we finally cleared up the situation fasfa said it was too late to back pay for both the terms so I had an entire first year of college that I did not have loans to pay off. That was about 12,000$ and my school had me pay out of pocket and I paid it all so I could continue my schooling. Now its 4 years later because of their lack of attention in the academic and financial aid office I missed 3 classes during the semester with no reason given just a big oops on their part. Those three classes were vital to me graduating on time they tell me at the beginning of this semester you have 3 classes left with us and 15 elective credits you can take at a community college. They also tell me if you do not complete your 3 classes by this semester your financial aid will run out. So at this point I am dumbfounded. How the hell did I get approved for 4 years of financial aid pay the entire year of college on the first year from my own pocket but I now do not have enough financial aid to go into a 5th year which I need to do because they didnt have their **** together? That last time i went into the office was the last time i got any contact from any of them. I tried all means to communicate with them only to be shut down. I sent emails, called endlessly, went down to the school office, set phone call appointments that were not kept. EVERYTHING even talking to their superiors who promised to call me back but didnt. I am taking 7 classes right now to clear all my elective credits with the idea that I would be done by December which was what was suggested by my financial aid officer and my academic advisor. We set a plan and I thought I would be fine for my last stretch only to find out two of my classes were changed to two classes I did not need and he had scheduled me for classes in february. I was promised graduation by december and told I couldnt afford to take any other classes just those two. So why in the hell did they try to waste my money on classes I didnt need. At this point I am beyond frustrated and I feel like there is nothing I can do. I just want my degree that I worked so hard for. I also have extensive proof of all the wrong doings against me here. If I can't sue them or my right to graduate what can I sue them for? I also have extensive proof of all the wrong doings against me here. If I can't sue them or my right to graduate what can I sue them for?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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