GSU does not include a laptop expense as part of the COA. In-state COA is a meager $22763 (only about 13,000 after tuition and books). But, I've heard that they can be accomodating in certain situations and raise individual COA's. You can take out private loans, above the COA, for these expenses, but you might get a bad interest rate.
How do you know what your COA is? Is that on FAFSA site or GSU? I have already accepted the loans from the govt, but need some more $$$. Sad, because GSU is soooo cheap.RE: the assignment- have any of you gotten the R.W.A books, yet? I hope that 7 chapter thing will be a laughing matter when I actually see the book! If not, I should probably put down all these worthless "law school guides for the people who are really paranoid and neurotic" books and get crackin'...What about the parent-teenager rule thing?!?!?! It can't be as easy as it seems, can it?