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- January 9, 2007 at 5:25 pm #250891Guest
The state of Oklahoma has OHLAP (Oklahoma Higher Learning Access
Program) They will pay tuition and new next year fees and book costs,at state schools, and if I remember correctly, pay that same amount to
the school of your choice. It is based on income and grade point
average, I believe you sign up in the ninth or tenth grade. Justgoogle OHLAP and you can get all the information.
Sherry— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, lisa griffeth
> I don’t know how you feel about relocating or how long the programwill last (we are hoping a long time as our youngest is only 6…) but
the state of Georgia has a plan funded thru lottery money that pays
for full ( I think- we’ve not used it yet) tuition and books for GAstudents (to state approved colleges/universities) for 4 years if they
have a good grade point average coming out of high school and maintain
it while in college…> Something to think about and look in to…..
> Lisa G.
> We are considered a low income family. My oldest
daughter is 10 and I would like to make sure she can afford to go tocollege. I think my finances would be so much better if I had stayed
in college instead of marrying Mr. Wrong. Are their programs for low
income families to secure tuition? Can you give me a link to theplan you are using so I can read about it? I have three girls, and
the thought of them not being able to afford to go to college is
something I hope to avoid.> I will do a search for college tuition programs, but I thought
maybe someone could give me additional information.
>> Melissa in OK
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