Hazard Comm Coll giving students their financial aid

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Ky should be ashamed

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I am having to give my daughter money until she gets her financial aid that I can't spare. The students should act like the dam welfare check people and get crazy cause their money is late.
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It releases the same time every year.

If students got it early, many of them, would not even show up to school. Once the students get that money, many quit coming to clas.

If you ask me, before students can receive that money, they should have to complete a semester of college, to even be considered for financial aid.
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Jan 31, 2013
 
When will the student loans be released at H.C.T.C.?
hazard boy

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Jan 31, 2013
 
H.C.T.C refund should be release on Feb.7th..
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It doesn't matter how you act, it is released at the same time every year. How about....tell your daughter to get a job and stop trying to live off a check that only comes twice a year anyway. Financial aid is supposed to be funding for school, not a means of living!!
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lol wrote:
It doesn't matter how you act, it is released at the same time every year. How about....tell your daughter to get a job and stop trying to live off a check that only comes twice a year anyway. Financial aid is supposed to be funding for school, not a means of living!!


I absolutely agree. Many are going just to receive financial aid.
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I received my aid and went. I used it for what it was for.and i had to drop a class due to i was having trouble with the course and they told me it would be better to withdraw than have a low grade affect my gpa.Now im trying to go back and they are making me pay for that class cause i withdrew and recieved aid to pay for it and never completed it..Im not allowed to even get aid till this course is paid for either.i dont know why cause it was paid for and they told me to drop it but if i pay for it again then thats twice the college is getting paid for this course..anbody ls have this problem?
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I received my aid and went. I used it for what it was for.and i had to drop a class due to i was having trouble with the course and they told me it would be better to withdraw than have a low grade affect my gpa.Now im trying to go back and they are making me pay for that class cause i withdrew and recieved aid to pay for it and never completed it..Im not allowed to even get aid till this course is paid for either.i dont know why cause it was paid for and they told me to drop it but if i pay for it again then thats twice the college is getting paid for this course..anbody ls have this problem?
You likely needed to file a SAP appeal, if you haven't, which is a true nightmare. You're likely on academic probation for withdrawing. The government wants their money back, for you withdrawing. Then you have to file SAP, and get approved by a panel of people. You get to encounter all kinds of pricks in the process! You do meet a few helpful people though, who actually want to do their job and help students. I got told to go to the Vice President's office, and he chewed me out, for not going to somebody else, after that person that he told me to see, was the person that originally told me to see him.

Best to fork over the $400 for the class, and collect your money February 7th.
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Feb 1, 2013
 
Unknown wrote:
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You likely needed to file a SAP appeal, if you haven't, which is a true nightmare. You're likely on academic probation for withdrawing. The government wants their money back, for you withdrawing. Then you have to file SAP, and get approved by a panel of people. You get to encounter all kinds of pricks in the process! You do meet a few helpful people though, who actually want to do their job and help students. I got told to go to the Vice President's office, and he chewed me out, for not going to somebody else, after that person that he told me to see, was the person that originally told me to see him.
Best to fork over the $400 for the class, and collect your money February 7th.
the "welcome to reality" notation.
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Feb 1, 2013
 
Youfergot wrote:
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the "welcome to reality" notation.
Basically. You fail, you pay. It's unfair at the time, but looking back, it is easy to understand. Can't freeride forever.

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