I graduated high school and due to personal matters I was not able to attend college for a year.I tried to enroll in a community college but, by the time I could get the money to pay the year would have already started.
So in my desperation I turned to the University Of Phoenix, which seemed very much like it was too good to be true. I had counselors who advised me, helped me out and checked up on me fairly frequently. They helped me through the financial aid process. One of my counselors even helped be through the financial aid quiz your given to make sure you understand the deal your making.
I started classes, and was doing fairly well in them. I even thought that it was a good school where I didn't have to focus on the paperwork just the classwork. And a week before my next set of classes started I get a call saying that my financial aid wasn't processed. I am then told that I have to pay $2550 in six or seven days, my financial aid was going to cover a year of expenses $5100.
Naturally, I do a bit of research into this my problem stemmed from the fact that my financial aid was chosen to be further examined at random!. I was to submit some extra papers and a copy of my father's (whom I am dependant to) tax forms|. I was told of this the day after I completed financial aid before I started classes/. I submitted the extra information, I was asked about it again halfway through my classes saying that I have to resubmit the information, I do that again!.
I find out that the counselor who I did most of my work with has taken the entire month off, and I am back to having a week to pay half a years tuition|. Not that I actually completed a quarter of the year because, I soon submitted a withdrawal|. This is due to the fact that I couldn't pay that amount on such short notice,.
A week after I submit the withdrawal I get another call saying that I have to pay $2550:.Now I am expecting a call from their collection agency, to make payment plans for something I didn't receive. 383a3ea