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unpaid tuition vs Student Loan





Sub: unpaid tuition vs Student Loan
Tue, 28/04/2009 08:18

Is unpaid tuition the same as an paid student loan. I took an online course and failed take out a student loan for. The unpaid tuition is now in collections. Does the unpaid student loan laws apply for collection practices on unpaid tuition?



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Sub: #1 You are responsible for the tuition regardless of how you pay foTue, 04/28/2009 - 08:18



You are responsible for the tuition regardless of how you pay for it. Read what I wrote above.

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Sub: #2 sorry, i meant unpaid tuition vs unpaid student loan. i took oTue, 04/28/2009 - 08:14



sorry, i meant unpaid tuition vs unpaid student loan.
i took online course and i failed to get a student loan for the course. now my unpaid tuition is placed in collections, and threaten me with wage garnishment.


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Sub: #3 True. I do not know of any schools that forgive tution for faileFri, 04/24/2009 - 13:04



True. I do not know of any schools that forgive tution for failed courses. Maybe some do but I have never seen it.

My understanding is when you registar for classes upon final enrollement for the semster your tution and fees are due. Well atleast that is how the colleges I attended worked :?

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Sub: #4 It is not so much laws as rules. Tuition accounts are due when Fri, 04/24/2009 - 12:59



It is not so much laws as rules. Tuition accounts are due when you take the course. Depending on the school policy and what is written in the handbook, which are the rules you agree to, you may be responsible for all collection and legal fees. If it was a state school, they can seize state income tax returns.

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Sub: #5 If there is a law that regulates this action I would like to knoFri, 04/24/2009 - 12:53



If there is a law that regulates this action I would like to know :wink:

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Sub: #6 Unsure of what you mean by paid student loan. I would say YESFri, 04/24/2009 - 12:50



Unsure of what you mean by paid student loan.

I would say YES, you enrolled in the class and that is the same as you passing the class. Most schools charge you at the time of enrollment not if you pass or fail.

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Sub: #7 Which laws in particular?Fri, 04/24/2009 - 12:50



Which laws in particular?

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