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What are some ways to get funding for college when financial aid loans run out?
Work as a resident assistant to get free room & board.
Check to see if your state has free education funding. Sometimes it depends on your situation but it won't hurt to check and see.
My suggestions would be - look for a work study job, consider being an RA, use UPromise.com to help save money (might be harder if you're alerady in college), or attend a school with a lower cost for all or part of your education. You could also consider using the CLEP (College Level Examp Placement? I believe) exams to test out of some requirements, and recieve credits less expensively.
* Part-time work
* Bank Loans
* Peer to Peer Lending
* Gifts from Family
Basically, you can earn it, borrow it, or have it gifted to you.
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