Re: How will Co-Signing Student Loan Affect My Credit / and Score
03-28-2012 04:58 AM
Tee, if she NEEDS a co-signer, I'm guessing the tuition per year is pretty steep, correct?
A good option might be to go to a community college to take the basic courses for at least the first year or so and then transfer to complete the degree ones. No point in taking freshman math at MIT when you could take it at a local community college. Unless of course you are going to be a math major.
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