I currently owe the community college here about $850 because of an accident I had with my vehicle which totaled it and I can't apply for financial aid because of it. I lost my transportation and was unable to get to class. I barely kept my job through it. I tried to speak with someone and apply for a withdrawel but the response I got was "you weren't injured so you could have found a way". I know this doesn't sounds like much but I barely make enough to scrape by with my current job. I have been looking for another but have been unsuccessful. I feel like I am stuck in stagnation of I can't get a better job unless I go back to school & I can't go back to school until I find a better job. I would be overjoyed to go back but even a payment plan would mean I would either have to cut out gas or food. Is there anyway I would be able to get out of this rock & hard place? Can I go to a different school with student loans or use student loans to pay back my debt so I can again be moving forward? Is there anything I can do or options that I am not aware of?
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