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if i read this right, it would cost me no less than $1,000 (not including stuff like books) to take even a single class in the science in the evening program at umd. and most likely if i put it off, more, considering the state of higher education in maryland and its soon to be slashed budget. basically, that makes this seem impossible. seem! i'm sure i could wrench it out somehow, and i haven't looked very hard at whether loans are available for non-degree seeking students. (although on the site it said "financial aid" was not available.) i'm not even really sure i can still apply and what-not for this fall. until a week or so ago i had given up for the fall, but there has been a thirst for something growing. i want to take a class.



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Jul. 30th, 2003 12:20 pm (UTC)
Community college? Would probably be a whole lot less expensive.
Jul. 30th, 2003 01:20 pm (UTC)
You're probably right; And it's worth looking into. The disappointing part is that as much PG County pride as I have, I'm extremely worried that the PGCC offerings are hardly worth the time and money. I'd have to try another county, and when I think about that I whine to myself, "wah, that's faaaar". That doesn't mean it's not on the table as an option, but if I could swing UMD I'd rather do that.
Jul. 30th, 2003 01:16 pm (UTC)
Welcome to UMD! You can thank your friendly governor for recent tuition increases, and expect more to come.

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