do you guys know what the deal is with parking and our id cards?
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i'll also be going to st johns.
sadly i havent been able to attend any events. but i did go on a tour with an admissions office chick and it was arite. they have another open house on jun8th...cna't make that either.
hopefully this thread can remain useful instead of serving as a forum for stupid bickering.
grants and scholarships are not taxed if given by the school to get u to go there.
outside scholarships like from a newspaper or an organization are taxable as income.
loans aren't taxed bc it's not income...you have to pay it back...when you do start paying it back the interest you pay is deductable.
tuition may be deductable (up to a certain amount) depending on a lot of variables
if im wronga bout any of this correct
Here's another Isiah joke:
ripped from ESPN
« on: January 31, 2006, 09:00:06 PM »
I think it's based on residency...i know of some schools that directly link to the rhode island scholarship in addition to the aba minority scholarship on their webpages. while other schools reference them as sources for financial aid.
penn sent a generic fafsa reminder a few days before droppin rejections and acceptances on people.
don't read into it as a good sign or a bad sign.