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#972 - 03/04/2006 09:22 AM Scholarships/financial aid
Miriam Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 08/15/2004
Loc: CA
Hi, I am a old memeber started up again. I have done 20 units now at CCollege and am seriously thinking of of BA, not just the AA. I have read of scholarships for my age group. Hmm, I am in mid 40's with grown kids too, getting an AA seemed like a big step, but everyone says I should focus on transfer eventually. How did any of you get scholarships? Anyone out there just starting in Psychology too? I'd luv some feedback. Thanks...

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#973 - 03/19/2006 06:33 AM Re: Scholarships/financial aid
Anonymous
Unregistered

Hi AMitchell.

I'm an older member as well. Finding scholarships is time consuming but can be done. I have received a few directly from my school, they know that I am interested in finding whatever I can.

If you can find a school that will work with you there are lots of options. In my opion I would say go for the BA.

I oroginally started at Vermont College Union Instutute interested in their Art therapy program but did not focus on that. I have several friends who did focus on psychology.

Also don't forget about CLEPS

I brought in 32 credits from CC. Received 21 for life experience another 15 from CLEPS ( all of which I did in the last few months. The only thing left was to put in the three semesters at Vermont College.

I was also able to receive credit for my life experience. I obtained 21 credits that way.

Good luck and have fun.

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