« on: March 12, 2007, 06:14:12 PM »
Good questions Boss. Thanks!
2. What is considered to be an adverse credit history?
You are considered to have an adverse credit history if you are 90 or more days delinquent on any debt or if, within 5 years of the date of the credit report, you have been the subject of a default determination, bankruptcy discharge, foreclosure, repossession, tax lien, wage garnishment, or write-off of a Federal Student Aid debt (for example, a Direct Loan or Federal Stafford Loan).
3. What are my options if I have an adverse credit history?
You may still receive a Direct PLUS Loan if you obtain an endorser who does not have an adverse credit history. An endorser is someone who agrees to repay the loan if you do not repay it.
Does that apply to credit card debit? I think I'm completely screwed
I'm bringing a 90 pound pit bull wherever I end up..which makes it difficult since a lot of states have breed specific legislation
in at University of Tulsa
Yea!!! Your first acceptance! You're going to law school! You're going to law school!
Doesn't that feel good?
I think Louisville will bounce back. Their free fall can probably be directly linked to their search for a new dean, which they now have (from UMN). They had an interim dean for a few years. Their numbers never changed, just judge/peer rank.
Really the two schools aren't that far apart in the rankings. Kind of by default, U of L has to bounce back eventually b/c it is a state school and many people apply there b/c it's less expensive.
But yeah, you do look at those rankings and want to go to the higher seed. Damn numbers. Anyone ever been to SLU for a visit?